Week ahead: Tech companies fight off FCC language in spending bill

December 14, 2015

Tech companies are pressing hard to keep controversial language related to the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality regulations out of a year-end spending bill.

 

Read more at: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/262981-week-ahead-tech-companies-fight-off-fcc-language-in-spending-bill%20%20


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