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FCC chairman says a plan to restore net neutrality rules is coming soon

12
Feb
2014

After last months landmark decision by a federal court to strike down key parts of the Federal Communications Commissions Open Internet rules, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler now says the group is working to bring them back. In a speech yesterday at the University of Colorado Law School, Wheeler said he will soon be outlining a plan to bring back provisions that required internet service providers to treat all types of internet traffic equally. Thats if a federal court agrees, notes CNET. Wheeler told the audience that the DC Circuit Court of Appeals invited the FCC to act to preserve a free and open internet, and that his plan to do that would arrive in the coming days.

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