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Strike Two: Obama’s Second FCC Chair Fails on Net Neutrality

24
Apr
2014

When President Barack Obama pledged to appoint a Federal Communications Commission chair who was dedicated to protecting Net Neutrality, we had no reason to doubt hed find the right person for the job. Obama campaigned in 2008 as a strong champion of the open Internet, telling an audience that hed take a back seat to no one in my commitment to Net Neutrality. He said that his chair would share his views on safeguarding the open Internet.

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