While the debate rages over net neutrality and how heavily Internet service providers should be regulated, the bottom line is that as Web usage explodes, somebody will have to pay for the capacity it takes for that connectivity, Liberty Media Corp (NASDAQ:LMCA) Chairman John Malone told CNBC on Wednesday.
John Malone: As Internet usage explodes, someone must pay
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