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Cerf: Internet may get more expensive

Posted on Wednesday, February 08 2006 @ 17:11:45 CET by


Vintor Cerf warns U.S. consumers are expected to pay more for using the Internet. Instead of charging Google and others, Cerf says telecoms and cable operators should look to their own customers to recover the costs of providing high-speed Internet services.
Indeed, while arguing that Google shouldn't have to pay broadband providers a Web toll, Internet pioneer Vinton Cerf told the Senate Commerce Committee Tuesday that telecoms and cable operators should look to their own customers to recoup the costs of providing high-speed services.

"These companies can charge their own customers whatever they want, in order to make back their investments," Cerf, who works for Google, said in his prepared statement to the panel, which is hearing testimony on the debate. "Trying to extract additional fees from Web-based companies -- who are not in any way 'customers' of the provider -- would constitute a form of 'double recovery.'
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