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Net Neutrality: New FCC Proposal Coming May 15

April 29, 2014

Net Neutrality has been a hot button issue for digital rights groups, commentators and bloggers since the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced a proposal to reinstate new regulations in regard to net neutrality that would allow internet broadband providers to engage in traffic management, as long as it’s within reasonable parameters.



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