Is the US FCC More Concerned Now About ‘Net Neutrality’?

9 Dec ’05

Om Malik posted a tidbit yesterday about some words in the FCC request to Comcast and Time Warner to file more paperwork with details on their pending takeover plan for Adelphia – this from the WSJ:

The FCC’s information request also focuses on several delicate areas, including agreements for regional sports programming and “net neutrality” rights — essentially preventing companies from discriminating against Internet traffic. The latter request is notable because FCC Chairman Kevin Martin wasn’t particularly concerned about net neutrality in two recent Bell mergers.

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