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FCC Chairman Supports Net Neutrality Rules But Not Limits on Usage-Based Pricing

December 3, 2013

New FCC chairman Tom Wheeler on Monday expressed support for continuing the agency’s net neutrality rules, now being challenged in a federal appellate court, but he said that they should let the marketplace “evolve” before addressing whether Internet providers should be able to charge users based on the amount of bandwidth they use.


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