Consumer advocates are reigniting a debate over net neutrality by insisting that the government require recipients of the $7.2 billion broadband stimulus package to adhere to special rules to ensure that all internet traffic flows freely, CNET reports. Consumer groups and internet service providers faced off at a public hearing in Washington, D.C., on March 23, set up to discuss how money from President Obama's economic stimulus package should be allocated. Public interest groups believe the government should require companies receiving funds to adhere to special net-neutrality rules that would prevent them from discriminating against traffic traversing their networks. Service...

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