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Deeper Than Net Neutrality: The Other Big FCC Decision This Week

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to adopt a strong legal foundation for new Open Internet regulations, which mirror the principals of Net Neutrality.
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Obama's Call for Unhampered Municipal Broadband Puts FCC at the Center of New Internet Debate

Beyond Net Neutrality, the FCC has a new issue putting it in right in the middle of the political crosshairs, after President Obama called on states to loosen restrictions on municipal broadband.
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FCC's Tom Wheeler Wants to Eliminate Community Broadband-Killing State Laws

Chairman Tom Wheeler, of the Federal Communications Commission, has hinted that the agency might be interested in increasing Internet broadband competition by stopping local and state laws, often imposed with pressure by big incumbent Internet service providers, that outlaw municipal broadband.
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