May. 11, 2015 / 3:24 PM CDT (15:24 GMT)

Sony Pictures executives spent months discussing how they should handle the subject of net neutrality. As revealed in a series of leaked emails, executives waffled on whether or not they should file a comment with the Federal Communications Commission to present their view. Ultimately, Sony declined to file because of concerns that it was difficult to get the entirety of Sony on the same page, that Sony may not be able to add much value to the discussion, and that Sony could end up burning some bridges.

Sony would probably buy fast lanes in a world without net neutrality – The Verge

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