Wednesday, November 12, 2014

FCC Denies Break With President On Net Neutrality, Says “All Options On ...

Today, the FCC’s Special Counsel for External Affairs Gigi Sohn tweeted that reports of a rift between the President and the agency’s views on net neutrality were overblown. Sohn made it clear, however, that the FCC is weighing options that are different from what the President proposed. Sohn’s comments follow a late, and somewhat detail-light proposal from President Obama regarding net neutrality. The President proposed strict rules, banning paid prioritization, harmonizing regulation for wireline and wireless connections, and bringing peering arrangements into the ring.

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