Congress looks into White House role in FCC's net-neutrality proposal

February 9, 2015

Two congressional committees have launched investigations into whether the White House improperly influenced the net-neutrality proposal released last week by the head of the Federal Communications Commission.

 

 

 Read more at: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-net-neutrality-fcc-chaffetz-probe-20150209-story.html



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