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  1. FCC chairman proposes to regulate ISP’s under Title II

    Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler…

  2. U.S. congressional Republicans’ bill aims to head off Obama’s so-called ‘net neutrality’ plan

    U.S. congressional Republicans on Friday proposed legislation that would set…

  3. U.S. Congressional proposal offers Internet rules of the road

    For the past decade, a debate has raged in Washington and across the country…

  4. U.S. FCC says it will vote on so-called ‘net neutrality’ in February

    Republican lawmakers are expected to introduce legislation this month to preempt any FCC rule on the subject…

  5. FCC commissioner accuses Netflix of creating fast lanes at the expense of competitors

    Ajit Pai of the FCC today accused Netflix of ‘secur[ing] ‘fast lanes’ for its own content’…

  6. FCC hopes its rules for so-called ‘net neutrality’ survive inevitable litigation

    The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said Friday…

  7. Inside the dispute over so-called ‘net neutrality’ and why it’s important to Apple users

    At the heart of the current net neutrality debate is…

  8. Mark Cuban on so-called net neutrality: ‘The government will fsck the Internet up’

    Entrepreneur, NBA team owner, and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban has this to say…

  9. Obama-appointed FCC chairman distances himself from Obama on so-called ‘net neutrality’

    FCC Chairman Wheeler worries that the president’s more drastic approach is too simplistic and naive…

  10. What does so-called ‘net neutrality’ mean for Apple?

    Apple is spending money to connect to ISP’a access points…

  11. AT&T to pause fiber investment until net neutrality rules are decided

    AT&T will pause investments to bring fiber connections to 100 cities…

  12. There’s no one to root for in the debate over so-called ‘net neutrality’

    Finding it hard to understand the ‘net neutrality’ debate?

  13. U.S. FCC plays Russian Roulette with so-called ‘net neutrality’

    With its unlawful and backwards interpretation of partitioning the Internet, the FCC has little if any chance of winning in court…

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