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Mark Cuban says net neutrality proposals are "straight out of Ayn Rand"

Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban treated the world to a brief tweetstorm on the subject of President Obama's net neutrality proposals this afternoon. Suffice it to say that he is not a big fan. In fact, he thinks it's like something out of an Ayn Rand novel:

What's definitely true is that debates over broadband internet infrastructure and the regulation of its owners play a similar role in 21st Century politics to what railroad regulation debates were all about 100 years ago. Perhaps some people will agree that Progressive-era rail regulation plunged the country into Rand-style dystopia but I don't quite see it.

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