FCC extends net neutrality comment window
August 18, 2014
The Federal Communications Commission is pushing back the deadline for the second round of comments on its proposed plans for regulating Internet service providers.
The five-day extension for the FCC’s net neutrality plans comes after the commission delayed the first deadline by three days in July, in response to an overwhelming public response that crashed its online comment system.
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