NEWS: FCC'S TOM WHEELER SAYS HE'LL ASK FOR PUBLIC COMMENT ON WHETHER IT'S APPROPRIATE TO RECLASSIFY BROADBAND
This morning, a bunch of Senators joined with over 150 internet companies and over 100 venture capitalists to ask the FCC's Tom Wheeler not to make a big mistake with his "open internet" rules and enable a multi-tier internet, where broadband companies with tremendous market power can create fast lanes. Wheeler has now responded to that original letter from over 150 internet companies (disclosure
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