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Net's dad wants net neutrality

Charging tolls on the information superhighway would dampen innovation and hamstring the United States' competitiveness in the world market, warned Vinton Cerf, a father of the Internet and a top Google executive, on Tuesday.

Mr. Cerf, the search giant's chief Internet evangelist, cautioned U.S. senators against allowing network owners like AT&T, Verizon, and Bell South to charge more money for swifter service on the Internet.

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