FCC proposes new net neutrality rules

Molly Wood Sep 22, 2009
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FCC proposes new net neutrality rules

Molly Wood Sep 22, 2009
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The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is proposing new rules that would require Internet service providers to treat all Web content the same. Under the rules, which apply to both wired and wireless networks, operators would not be able to discriminate on how they handle Internet content or applications on their networks.

Guest: Stacey Higginbotham, GigaOm

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