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Appeals court allows rural broadband fund, fueling Title II debate

May 29, 2014

Outside the Federal Communications Commission, there's widespread objection to proposed revisions to its Open Internet regulations, allowing for "commercially reasonable" agreements between service providers--agreements that opponents fear would enable ISPs to charge premiums to certain content providers, or even to consumers.

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