FCC starts industry talks on broadband proposals

Tuesday 22 June 2010 | 10:28 CET | News
The FCC started closed-door meetings with industry lobbyists on 21 June to discuss its proposed regulation of ISPs. Following a public consultation launched last week on the proposal to extend certain Title II requirements to broadband services providers, the FCC started talks with key players such as AT&T, Verizon, Google, Skype and the Open Internet Coalition, which represents companies such as Facebook, eBay, Amazon and Twitter. According to various newswire reports, the initial talks showed little progress in reaching a compromise on the new regulations, which incumbents such as AT&T and

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Amazon / Ebay / Facebook / FCC / Google / Skype / Twitter / Verizon
Countries: United States
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