FCC: Sorry, We're Not Delaying Net Neutrality Rules

May 11, 2015

The organizations—which represent small and major telecom providers as well as wireless carriers—argued in a May 1 filing that they are not opposed to the basic tenets of net neutrality (no blocking, no throttling, no paid prioritization), but take issue with reclassifying broadband as a telecom service and "future conduct" provisions that allow the FCC to step in regarding services that might be offered in the future.


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