RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) -- This week the FCC killed net neutrality, a government policy that required internet service providers to give customers equal access to content, regardless of its source.

Supporters of net neutrality fear ISPs will now throttle bandwidth for content that is not their own, or content for which providers have not paid the company a premium. 

Not so fast, says Tom Mattson, an Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Richmond. 

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Robins School of Business

Assistant Professor of Management
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