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FCC's O'Rielly Urges Agency To Avoid Writing New Internet Rules

January 30, 2013

The Federal Communications Commission should avoid creating new net neutrality obligations for Internet service providers, FCC Commissioner Mike O'Rielly said in a speech at the Hudson Institute.

 


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