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White House: President Remains Committed To Open Internet

January 15, 2013

The White House said Tuesday it would work with the FCC, Congress and the private sector to "preserve a free and open Internet." That came after a federal court vacated the anti-discrimination and anti-blocking provisions of the FCC's December 2010 Open Internet order.

 


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