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Why The Latest FCC Net Neutrality Plan Is Meaningless

16
May
2014

Directly after a vote by the five heads of the Federal Communications Commission on May 15, a news alert popped up on my unregulated mobile device (an iPhone) saying, \FCC approves new rules for Net neutrality.\ Thats not true. In fact, the FCC did virtually nothing other than let each of its five commissioners give a speech about why the Internet should be open and non-discriminatory, and then hand the issue over to the American public to sort out.  Multiple times during the meeting and in the weeks before, FCC Commissioner Tom Wheeler called the document presented today a proposal.

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