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FCC's New Net Neutrality Proposal: What Do We Really Know?

April 28, 2014

When the U.S. Federal Communications Commission announced its proposal to reinstate new net neutrality regulations that would allow broadband providers to engage in commercially reasonable traffic management, the agency set off a firestorm of protest from digital rights groups, Internet commentators and bloggers.

Read more at: http://www.cio.com/article/752058/FCC_39_s_New_Net_Neutrality_Proposal_What_Do_We_Really_Know_?taxonomyId=1375



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