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FCC chairman says there will be no Internet 'fast lane'

April 30, 2014

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler tried once again to reassure the public that he's not gutting Net neutrality regulation.

During a speech at the NCTA's Cable Show here on Wednesday, he told cable operators that if they think they'll get access to an Internet fast lane, as many publications reported last week, they're wrong.



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