Quote of the day: Net neutrality is 'un-American'

CNET News staff

In an interview with CNET News.com, Cypress Semiconductor CEO T.J. Rodgers is blunt in his opposition to net neutrality.

"I think people that have paid for the wires and cables should able to charge whatever they want for their product. And or other people to come in and force companies to run their businesses and set their prices is absurd," he said. "If some of those companies came into being by virtue of a government monopoly--the old AT&T comes to mind--then fine. But to go and tell companies what they can and cannot charge money for--that's un-American. It's against freedom. It's just bad news."

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