FCC Punts on Network Neutrality
NewTeeVee writer Janko Roettgers offers his analysis of the FCC decision and concludes that a flurry of lawsuits is going to follow. Read the report.
As expected, the Federal Communications Commission has voted to chastise Comcast for its network management practices, with two commissioners of the five dissenting. Unfortunately, the FCC has decided not to make a formal rule regarding network management practices and has instead decided to adjudicate the issue and move forward with Network Neutrality problems on a case-by-case basis.
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