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FCC Lays Out Net Neutrality Plans: Who Could Be Against An ‘Open & Free’ Internet?

December 1st, 2010 12:08 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

The FCC continues to push for Net Neutrality, with an actual vote set for later this month. The Commission’s chair, Julius Genachowski, is set to give a speech on the subject today, but luckily it’s already been posted online. The reason for all of this? “The animating force behind all of these efforts is a shared appreciation for the Internet’s wondrous contributions to our economy and our way of life.†Or are you against the Internet’s “contributions to our economy and our way of lifeâ€?

As I read the speech, there’s really nothing too controversial about it. All the FCC is trying to do is to ensure that the Internet, in the words of President Obama, remains “open and free.â€

Surely you don’t want the Internet to be “closed and non-free,†right?

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