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Comptel files brief in support of FCC Open Internet Order

Tuesday 22 September 2015 | 11:10 CET | News
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US competitive networks' association Comptel, three member companies Netflix, Cogent and Dish, and a number of consumer organisations, including Public Knowledge and Free Press, have filed briefs in support of the FCC's Open Internet Order in a court case filed by USTelecom in May. Comptel Chip Pickering writes, "The rules have now been in place for three months without any sign of harm to investment in broadband infrastructure.  Quite the contrary.  Wireline and wireless Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have continued to invest in their broadband networks. They have proposed and closed new

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Cogent Communications / Comptel / Dish TV / FCC / Netflix / USTelecom
Countries: United States
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