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U.S. mayors call on FCC to maintain net neutrality, no to fast lanes

June 24, 2014

U.S. mayors led by San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee adopted a resolution in support of net neutrality and called on White House and Congress to urge the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to exercise its power in preventing Internet service providers from giving preferential treatment to affluent websites.



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