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I know from my reading that @home would love to close it's 'magic pipes' from being used by it's competitors.

While competitors argue that it is illegal for @home to close the 'magic pipes.'

If courts rule in favor of the competitors can we still charge Aol and the like for the use of the 'magic pipes' or will @home just be another Isp competing to stay alive in the ISP race with everyone having free and equal access? Just trying to understand the logistics of the argument in laymen's terms, thanxs.
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