House Tees Up Net Neutrality Exemption For Small Providers
March 15, 2016
The House of Representatives is preparing this week for a vote on a bill to exempt small broadband Internet providers from some net neutrality requirements included in the Federal Communications Commission’s new Internet rules.
Republicans in the House plan to move swiftly on the Small Business Broadband Deployment Act — legislation to relieve providers with no more than 250,000 subscribers from complying with transparency requirements included in the 2015 Open Internet Order.
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