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Industry Resumes Net Neutrality Talks Without FCC

WASHINGTON, August 19, 2010 – Even though the Federal Communications Commission has stopped its network neutrality talks, industry groups have resumed discussions on the matter without the FCC.

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WASHINGTON, August 19, 2010 - Even though the Federal Communications Commission has stopped its network neutrality talks for the time being, industry groups have resumed discussions on the matter without the FCC.

"Today's meeting is the first in a series of focused discussions, with ITIC serving as facilitator, aimed at developing Internet openness principles that can achieve broad cross-sector support," said ITIC President Dean Garfield. "Over the last few months, much work has been directed at developing such a solution—including by Google—with significant positive steps forward."

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