FCC Net Neutrality Position Opposed By Silicon ValleyMark Melin
As the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) closes comments on its controversial net neutrality policy, large users of Internet bandwidth are opposed as well as smaller, more entrepreneurial firms who fear the inability to compete with media goliaths could limit media access. Still others argue the government's proposal to relegate smaller firms to a slower Internet is a free speech issue.
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