FCC's Berry Warns Against 'Flyspecking' Network Management

March 13, 2014

Matthew Berry, chief of staff to FCC commissioner Ajit Pai, says the FCC should think long and hard about whether "flyspecking network management practices" is good for consumers.

In a speech to the Broadband Cable Association of Pennsylvania's Cable Academy in Harrisburg, Pa., Berry talked about the FCC's third attempt to regulate network management practices. The FCC is currently coming up with new anti-discrimination and anti-blocking rules per a court remand.

Read more at: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/washington/fccs-berry-warns-against-flyspecking-network-management/129784

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