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Democrat asks why FCC is hiding ISPs’ answers to net neutrality complaints
Ars Technica
With a vote to eliminate net neutrality rules scheduled for December 14, the Federal Communications Commission apparently still hasn’t released thousands of documents containing the responses ISPs made to net neutrality complaints. The National
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Published On: Mon, Dec 4th, 2017

Democrat asks why FCC is hiding ISPs’ answers to net neutrality complaints – Ars Technica


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Democrat asks why FCC is hiding ISPs' answers to net neutrality complaints
Ars Technica
With a vote to eliminate net neutrality rules scheduled for December 14, the Federal Communications Commission apparently still hasn't released thousands of documents containing the responses ISPs made to net neutrality complaints. The National ...
FCC commissioner, New York attorney general call for delay of net neutrality vote over fake commentsWashington Post
FCC rebuffs calls from senators, NY AG to delay net neutrality vote over fake commentsUSA TODAY
Fact check: Net-neutrality claims leave out key contextChicago Tribune
U.S. News & World Report -Forbes -ABC News -Motherboard
all 187 news articles »

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