Tuesday, February 26, 2008

FCC chief says Net providers can't block access 'arbitrarily' - The Boston Globe

Glad to see this

Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin warned yesterday that Internet service providers can't block consumers from using lawful Internet activities in the name of providing better service.

"While networks may have legitimate network issues and practices," Martin said, "that does not mean that they can arbitrarily block access to certain network services."

FCC chief says Net providers can't block access 'arbitrarily' - The Boston Globe

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