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    Default On net neutrality, Internet providers are betrayed by one of their own

    When President Obama picked Tom Wheeler to lead the Federal Communications Commission in May 2013, our headline was, “Uh-oh: AT&T and Comcast are ecstatic about the FCC’s new chairman.”
    They’re not happy anymore, especially not after Wheeler yesterday all but confirmed at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that he will propose reclassifying Internet providers as common carriers in order to impose net neutrality rules. This would expose broadband to some of the FCC’s strongest powers contained in Title II of the Communications Act, usually reserved for wireline phone service.



    On net neutrality, Internet providers are betrayed by one of their own | Ars Technica

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    Default Re: On net neutrality, Internet providers are betrayed by one of their own

    Good!!!! I like this guy already! I think it will be helpful to the US. We have to drive down pricing to make sure everyone has the chance to access the internet. Look at what the regulations did for phone service. They were force to build out into rural areas and compete on an even playing field. This is will come down to the details of the regulations. If they are smart they wont hurt the companies but keep everything open for everyone
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