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Net neutrality takes the Comcast fight to a Level 3

Good Morning Silicon Valley

Levi Sumagaysay | Wednesday, December 01


With Comcast’s latest move, made loudly public yesterday by its target, Level 3 Communications, the giant cable company has ensured its rightful place in the history of net neutrality — and its continued high showing on many a list of most-hated companies. The history of net neutrality, of course, continues to be written as regulators struggle to strike a balance between business interests...

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FCC Opens TV Spectrum for Broadband Use

Television Broadcast

Deborah D. McAdams | Wednesday, December 01


WASHINGTON: The Federal Communications Commission today took the first step to open television broadcast spectrum for broadband use. The commissioners unanimously approved a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to add new allocations for fixed and land mobile services in the TV spectrum that would be co-primary with broadcasting. The additional designation would make television spectrum equally...

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BREAKING: net neutrality order in December

National Journal

Eliza Krigman | Wednesday, December 01

After weeks of speculation, the FCC finally put out its December meeting agenda revealing a proceeding on net neutrality.

The commission will consider an "Open Internet Order" that adopts some rules to preserve the Internet as a "platform for innovation, investment, competition, and free expression."

The agenda did not disclose whether the rule will call for reclassifying the broadband as a...

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FCC to take up net neutrality at December meeting


Jasmin Melvin & Emily Stephenson | Wednesday, December 01

(Reuters) - U.S. telecommunications regulators plan to tackle at a December 21 meeting contentious Internet traffic rules intended to prohibit broadband providers from blocking or slowing some traffic.

The Federal Communications Commission announced on Wednesday a tentative agenda for its next meeting that included an order to adopt regulations "to preserve the open Internet as a platform...

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Three Democratic Senators Press for Action in Network Neutrality


Broadband Staff | Wednesday, December 01


WASHINGTON, November 30, 2010 – Three Democratic senators on Tuesday sent a letter to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission urging him to “guarantee network neutrality” by the end of the year.

Sens. John Kerry of Massachusetts, Ron Wyden of Oregon and Byron Dorgan of North Dakota told the chairman that the FCC “can provide the certainty necessary for policymakers,...

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