NCTA: FCC Must Reject Alarmist Calls for Title II

July 15, 2014

The sky is not falling, Internet-wise, and regulators should act accordingly when it comes to imposing any new network neutrality regs, regs cable ops aren't persuaded are even needed. That was the gist of the message from the National Cable & Telecommunications Association in a blog posting Monday in advance of its comments on the FCC's latest effort to get open Internet rules by a D.C. federal appeals court last January.

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