FCC Seeks More Comment In Title II Docket

June 2, 2014

The FCC Friday asked for input on former FCC chairman Julius Genachowski's proposed "Third Way" approach to legally justifying open Internet rules that was part of the docket in the initial Open Internet order proceeding. The 'Third Way' was short of straight reclassification, instead combining applying some Title II regs and forebearing others.

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