The Federal Communications Commission won't earn unanimous acclaim with its plan to create new net neutrality, if agency chairman Tom Wheeler's reception at a House hearing Tuesday is an indication. ... more 
The Federal Communications Commission won't earn unanimous acclaim with its plan to create new net neutrality, if agency chairman Tom Wheeler's reception at a House hearing Tuesday is an indication. For Over two hours, House Energy and Commerce subcommittee members alternately railed at the FCC chairman for considering the possibility of regulating the Internet as a utility and for considering to allow content providers to pay for their data to be given priority over that of competitors. Wheeler attempted to reassure them that the agency's primary goal is approval of new net neutrality, or open Internet, regulations to ensure that all data on the Net is treated equally. less 
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Tue, May 20, 2014 8:51 PM EDT