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FCC: ISPs can't use First Amendment as shield from net neutrality

"The First Amendment protects the right not just to decide what to say, but how to say it." So declared National Cable and Telecommunications Association CEO Kyle McSlarrow in December of 2009. The subject at a Media Institute conference was whether the Federal Communications Commission should be allowed to restrict priority access deals between ISPs and content makers.

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