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FCC chairman to rethink controversail net neutrality proposals

May 12, 2014

The Commission on Monday confirmed earlier reports from the Wall Street Journal that chairman Tom Wheeler is looking to change the proposed net neutrality policies guiding how firms can negotiate and manage network access.

 



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