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Who's against Net neutrality? Follow the money

Eric Knorr | May 23, 2014
The cable industry has not been shy about handing out campaign donations to Congress. So guess who's sending letters to the FCC arguing against Net neutrality?

In fact, killing Net neutrality and allowing the telecommunications industry to tier its services provides a direct disincentive to build out infrastructure. Premium pricing increases revenues without a dime being spent on expanding the pie. And as lower-tier customers suffer progressively more, they'll be forced to pay more to get decent service.

Make your voice heard. The FCC will be soliciting comments on its proposal until Sept. 10. Short comments can be submitted through this form on the FCC website; use this form if you would like to include an attachment. The FCC has also set up an email address specifically for comments on this issue: openinternet@fcc.gov.

 

 

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