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ISPs sound ready to sue over FCC's "third way"

ArsTechnica: "FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski doesn't see why net neutrality needs to be contentious. His new "third way" approach to the issue, announced yesterday, was meant to be a big tent that could bring in both ISPs and Internet companies like Google, think tanks, and consumer groups. It would be "light touch," merely returning us to the "consensus" that has existed for years about regulating Internet access.

"I call on all stakeholders to work with us productively," he said again today in a YouTube video released by the Commission."

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iforgotmylogin2405d ago

this is some serious stuff.the world is changing today.
i blame facebook and all these casual people taking notice to the internet.
its the end of our playground...