House approves transparency carveout for small Internet providers
March 16, 2016
The House on Wednesday unanimously passed one of the first pieces of legislation that deals directly with controversial net neutrality regulations passed by the Federal Communications Commission.
The broader Internet regulations have stirred acrimony between the parties, but the bipartisan bill passed Wednesday deals with the expansion of a narrow transparency carveout for small Internet service providers.
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