ISPs Seek Hill Help on Transparency Exemption

January 4, 2017

The heads of associations representing smaller ISPs have asked Congress to step in and make sure that they won't be subject to the FCC's enhanced broadband transparency rules when they take effect Jan. 17.

 

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