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Internet Association defends net neutrality in FCC meeting

Thursday 13 April 2017 | 09:41 CET | News
A group representing leading internet companies has met with the FCC to defend the current net neutrality rules. Representatives of the Internet Association met with FCC chairman Ajit Pai and his staff to discuss the 2015 Open Internet order, the FCC's recently nullified broadband consumer privacy rules, and the FCC's rules implementing the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The IA said it continues its "vigorous support" of the FCC's Open Internet Order, and called for these existing net neutrality rules to be "enforced and kept intact". According to the industry group, the rules are

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