F.C.C. Chairman Adds More Ambiguity To His Position On Network Neutrality
Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, added further nuance to his already ambiguous position on network neutrality with a blog post late Tuesday , saying again that the F.C.C. will vigorously — but cautiously — exercise its authority to make sure broadband providers operate their networks in the public interest. Also, the government is not going to take over the Internet.
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