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Democrats Introducing "Net Neutrality" Legislation in Congress

In a coordinated move, Congressional Democrats have introduced legislation in the Senate and House of Representatives to enshrine network neutrality principles in law until the Federal Communications Commission rules on the matter.

"This bill ensures that consumers, not their Internet service provider, are in the driver's seat when it comes to their online experience," said the House bill's cosponsor, Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA).

Source: The Register. Read full article. (link)

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  • Sevo||

    Correction:
    Dems introducing net regulations in Congress, just to make it clear to those suckered by the false lable.

  • iEagleHammer||

    They will just keep trying... hopefully the internet is a big enough issue that they never win.

    Team Red tried to regulate the internet last time, now it's team Blue. How are they different again?

  • Sevo||

    Sorta like:
    Obama = 5 letters
    Bush = 4 letters
    See?

  • Will Nonya||

    Thank you very much for investing in the network infrastructure. Now since we live in a free society your competitors are free to use your network. Thanks again for your participation and significant investment.

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