Mark Cuban does not like what he sees here.

Mark Cuban disagrees with me about net neutrality

After publishing my recent statement of support for the vague but indispensable notion of “net neutrality,” I heard from entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who disagrees strongly. Here’s a lightly edited version of our exchange.

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Why marketers need to fight for net neutrality

While marketing isn’t necessarily an area of the tech industry that has had much to say about net neutrality, today’s endorsement from President Barack Obama is a perfect place to start. Here’s why this particular group should be particularly worried about the damage that an Internet without net neutrality would cause to their overall business aims.

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Obama's support for net neutrality could sway the FCC in December

This morning President Barack Obama issued a statement that he thinks the Federal Communications Commission should reclassify the Internet as a utility. Net neutrality advocate Marvin Ammori says that getting Obama’s public approval may help deliver a decision from the FCC as early as December.

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Why T-Mobile's 'Music Freedom' may hurt net neutrality

On Wednesday we reported that T-Mobile added six new streaming music services to its Music Freedom program. Music Freedom is a feature of T-Mobile’s smartphone, tablet, and hotspot mobile data plans that allows users unlimited access to mobile streaming music services without that streaming data consumption counting against their monthly mobile data cap.

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Net neutrality's latest champion: San Francisco mayor Ed Lee

Unlike most of what happens at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, D.C., the raging debate over network neutrality has attracted the attention of businesses and activists nationwide — and now mayors, too.