New York City Council To Consider FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

Broadband Updates, Net Neutrality November 10th, 2009


The New York City Council Committee on Technology in Government plans to hold a public hearing to consider the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed rules to regulate Internet access. The hearing will examine so-called Net Neutrality or open Internet principles and whether they “would effectively obtain the goal of maintaining a free and open Internet.”

The council will also consider a resolution that asks the FCC and Congress to go forward with Net Neutrality regulations. The council said it plans to draft a letter to the FCC on the issue of net neutrality with citywide input.

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One Response to “New York City Council To Consider FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules”

  1. Brett Glass Says:

    If one follows the link above, one finds information about a resolution that was considered in 2007. Is this current, or is it old news?

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