WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Monday dove head-first into the heated net neutrality debate, urging the Federal Communications Commission to adopt "the strongest possible rules to protect net neutrality" by aggressively regulating Internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T.
"We cannot allow Internet service providers to restrict the best access or to pick winners and losers in the online marketplace for services and ideas," Obama said in a video posted on the White House website
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I can see restrictions already on internet usage with limits by satellite internet companies. Cell phone browsers have limits so is the internet access going to be reserved for the big payers?
by Arthur Fontes7 years ago
How many people support the administration taking over the internet. Wouldn't that be wonderful?Let them silence dissidents Hooray!!Conform to the ideology or else. As the sheeple lay prone at the feet...
by tobey1006 years ago
Just last month the Federal Communications Commission did what a federal court informed them they did not have the authority to do, they voted to set up regulations for the internet and gave their initiative a placid...
by SparklingJewel5 years ago
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