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If the FCC wants to ensure that the open Internet flourishes, it must investigate all of these attempts to skirt its Net Neutrality rules. Cable and phone companies will continue to look for new ways to double-charge consumers and engage in anti-competitive behavior
Tom Wheeler is expected to announce a new regulation that could drastically change how the commission oversees the internet.
The Internet is the model of a competitive market particularly because our referees have a narrowly defined and limited role. Let's keep it that way. We enjoy watching the competitors, not the referees.
At a hearing on Thursday, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler left open the possibility that the Internet could be reclassified as a
There were heaps of irony, and not a little schadenfreude, when Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt got himself a bi-partisan grilling before the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee, just two days before the FCC formally released its rules governing an Open Internet.
The FCC has spent the past nine months dancing around key issues, trying to find a way to please the big carriers and their in-house politicians, rather than trying to be forthright with the correct policy that would most benefit the economy.
The Open Internet Coalition represents public interest groups and big Internet companies, including Google, Amazon and eBay
U.S. communications regulators voted unanimously Thursday to support an open Internet rule that would prevent telecom network
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski is proposing that the agency apply tougher open-Internet rules