Net neutrality comments cross 1 million
July 17, 2014
The Federal Communications Commission has received more than 1 million comments on its plans for new regulations on Internet service providers. As of noon on Thursday, FCC special counsel Gigi Sohn reported that the commission had gotten 1,030,000 comments, either through its online site or over email.
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