Sunday, February 23, 2014

Five Epic Fails in the FCC's New Net Neutrality Plan

On Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission broke its silence and issued the agency’s first big announcement since a federal court struck down the Net Neutrality rules last month.

Give the statement a speed-read and you might think the agency is moving in the right direction. There are some great buzzwords in there. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler talks about accepting the court’s invitation to “preserve a free and open Internet” as a “platform for innovation and expression.”

But all this announcement does is kick the can down the road — the wrong road.


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