The FCC's attempt to get Net Neutrality of any sort, through any method
Last Tuesday evening, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski released his agenda for the FCC’s upcoming December 21st meeting, with the primary order of business being discussion of – and presumably a vote on – an “Open Internet Order”, a slightly watered-down version of the Net Neutrality policy which certain Internet content providers (Google, eBay, Amazon) and left-wing organizations have been championing for several years.
Please read the rest of my article on this important but under-the-radar topic at the Human Events web site:
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