"When Netflix delivered its movies by mail, the cost of delivery was included in the price their customer paid. It would’ve been neither right nor legal for Netflix to demand a customer’s neighbors pay the cost of delivering his movie. Yet that’s effectively what Mr. Hastings is demanding here [...]"
Right, I think I'm getting what you're saying. You're saying that AT&T Internet should be free to the consumer, because network traffic is like physical mail, and the sender already paid the postage network fees to make sure the packets got delivered, so there's no need to bill the recipient too. Is that right?
Okay, I guess I could go for that. It might cut down on my spam at least.