FCC Meets with Providers About Net Neutrality

Tuesday Jun 22nd 2010 by Datamation.com Staff

The FCC chief says that they agency is meeting with unidentified companies to seek consensus on Web access rules.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek: FCC Chief of Staff Edward Lazarus says the agency has started talks with interested parties and is looking to build consensus and draft a legislative proposal about Web access. Those rules are supported by Google and its backers, but opposed by AT&T and its backers.

In April the courts ruled that the FCC did not have the power to regulate access to the Internet.

Congress will begin its own meetings with the communications industry later this week.

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