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The FCC and Net Neutrality: Now what?

By Denise Dubie, Network World, 04/08/2010
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Frank DzubeckNews that the DC Circuit Court of Appeals threw a major wrench in the FCC’s plans to implement network neutrality regulations when it ruled the federal agency had no authority to regulate ISPs’ network management practices is just the tip of a very large iceberg, according to according to Frank Dzubeck, president of Communications Network Architects, who says with this ruling the FCC could be rendered virtually impotent unless Congress rewrites the now outdated Telecommunications Act of 1996. (11:45)

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