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New bill demands “neutral net neutrality,” hamstrings FCC

New bill demands “neutral net neutrality,” hamstrings FCC.

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In an effort to make network neutrality impossible for the FCC temperament, Congressman Cliff Stearns (R-FL) yesterday introduced a new bill (PDF) that would require “neutral network neutrality.” And no, that’s not a typo.

The bill would make it difficult for the FCC to proceed with its preferred approach to network neutrality, “reclassifying” Internet access as a telecommunications service over which the FCC has “common carrier” authority.

Awwww time to pull on the puppet strings in gov’t there big business?

What a shitty, corrupt system.  You people are soul-less.   I hope people throw rotten fruit at you when they see you Mr. Stearns.

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