The FCC Tries To Set Record Straight On Net Neutrality
The FCC’s Tom Wheeler published a short entry Thursday morning regarding what his agency is set to propose today regarding net neutrality. Writing that he wants to “conclude this proceeding and have enforceable rules by the end of the year,” he goes on to declare that his “proposal would establish that behavior harmful to consumers or competition by limiting the openness of the Internet will not be permitted.” It is fair to note that this doesn’t appear to explicitly ban content companies paying for better service across an ISPs network. Commercial reasonability could perhaps not be “flatly illegal” in certain circumstances. So, while Wheeler paints the right tone, he doesn’t fully enforce it in the details.
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