December 20, 2014

New From EFF: A Guide To The Proposed Net Neutrality Rules

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A new 1700 guide written by Mitch Stoltz at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).

Stoltz begins the guide begins with the following paragraph:

The main battlefield for the net neutrality fight right now is at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), in a “rulemaking” underway this summer, which asks for public comment about a new set of proposed rules that the FCC claims will protect the open Internet. This process is one of the most important ways Internet users, businesses, trade groups, and public interest organizations can make their voice heard in this critically important national debate. To help that along, let’s take a close look at the process and the proposal the FCC has put on the table.

The guide includes links to several primary documents.

Direct to “What on Earth Is Going On at the FCC? A Guide To The Proposed Net Neutrality Rules”

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