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Feb 08, 2006

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Andy

Hi Irwin,
I hope that you are well.

Maybe these questions are naive but I've never seen it explained. Doesn't a content provider like Yahoo! already pay a lot of money to have their stuff be put on the internet? Doesn't it work that Yahoo! pays an ISP and the ISP pays someone like AT&T (if the ISP isn't already a large backbone provider)? If that is the case, shouldn't everyone just recoup their investment from the ISP and then the ISP from Yahoo!? Who's not getting paid here?

Thanks!

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