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US operators ask FCC to stay net neutrality rules

Saturday 2 May 2015 | 01:51 CET | News
USTelecom, AT&T, CenturyLink, CTIA-the Wireless Association and the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association have asked the Federal Communications Commission to stay its action placing broadband internet access service under Title II public utility regulation. The operators and industry associations have already filed lawsuits in an attempt to halt the FCC's new net neutrality rules, which open up broadband service to the same regulation as telephony. They now want the Commission to review the plans to subject broadband providers to Title II common carrier obligations, as well as the

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Categories: Internet
Companies: CenturyLink / CTIA / FCC / USTelecom
Countries: United States
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