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FCC Takes First Step to Formally Regulate the Internet Through Proposed Neutrality Rules

Net Neutrality October 22nd, 2009

WASHINGTON, October 22, 2009 – The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved controversial proposed rules governing internet access during its monthly public meeting. Commissioners on all sides of the debate stressed the importance of having an open internet, and in engaging in constructive dialogue on the issue going forward. The move marked the beginning of a formal phase of regulating internet access. Although the FCC in August 2005 adopted a policy statement pledging fidelity to four Net neutrality principles, such a policy was never binding upon all broadband providers. Additionally, the proposed rules go beyond those four generally-accepted neutrality principles.

FCC Tweets, Free Press Class Big Firms Twits

Broadband's Impact, FCC, National Broadband Plan, Premium Content August 31st, 2009

WASHINGTON, August 31, 2009 – The Federal Communica¬tions Commission is making good on its efforts to be transparent and timely – this time in 140 characters or less. The agency has joined the thousands of Twitterers by launching its tweets at The FCC’s tweets include news about the agency and progress reports on the national broadband plan.

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