FCC Chairman proposes new Net Neutrality rules

CNET – “As expected, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski outlined a plan to keep the Internet open during a speech given at the Brookings Institute Monday. In his speech, Genachowski proposed that the FCC make its four principles of Network openness official regulation. And he suggested that the FCC add two more “principles” as part of these new rules.”

Read the remarks here and a blog post here

See also, OpenInternet.gov

Also, more news from AP

And this blog post, from David L. Cohen, Exec VP of Comcast (Thanks Simon!)

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