FCC chief pushes ahead with Internet ‘fast lanes’ vote

May 8, 2014

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler will hold a scheduled vote next week on his proposal to allow Internet “fast lanes,” despite calls to delay the vote.

In the face of calls from other commissioners to delay the vote, the agency will hold a vote during its monthly meeting May 15 on Wheeler’s proposal to rewrite the FCC’s net neutrality rules.

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