Common Cause's Comments on Internet Neutrality Before the Federal Communications Commission

August 18, 2010



A clarification of Common Cause's stance on Net Neutrality. Common Cause herein respectfully urges the Commission to classify the Internet connectivity portion of broadband Internet service as a telecommunications service in order to protect the public interest, and establish enforceable rules that will keep the Internet open and non-discriminatory. "Net neutrality" is critical to preserving the free flow of information that enables us as a society to solve problems, innovate and most importantly, self-govern.

READ: Common Cause's Comments on Internet Neutrality Before the Federal Communications Commission


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