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EU confirms evaporating support for net neutrality regulation
Submitted by Scott Cleland on Fri, 2010-11-12 11:53
The EU, in declining to impose net neutrality regulations, adds to the growing mountain of evidence that whatever political support may have existed in the past for net neutrality regulation -- has rapidly evaporated.
This important official International development comes on the heels of:
Simply, all of the official developments and evidence that matter since the FCC proposed to regulate the Internet as a telephone network last spring, have been in opposition to it.
Given that the FCC is a creature of Congress, subject to the Constitution, the law, the Congress, the Courts, and the facts... the FCC should lift the cloud of uncertainty hanging over the broadband sector and officially withdraw its ill-advised proposal to impose Title II telephone regulation of the Internet.