Friday, August 06, 2010

F.C.C. Chief Opposes Fees for Internet Priority - NYTimes.com

It’ll be interesting to see this story unfold

“Any outcome, any deal that doesn’t preserve the freedom and openness of the Internet for consumers and entrepreneurs will be unacceptable,” Julius Genachowski, the F.C.C. chairman, told reporters on Thursday.

His remarks came in response to press reports that Google and Verizon were nearing an agreement about broadband management that could clear the way for Verizon to consider offering such a service. The two companies declined to comment on any potential deal.

F.C.C. Chief Opposes Fees for Internet Priority - NYTimes.com

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