FCC Opens Internet Proceedings

When it comes to regulating the Internet, Federal Communications Commission chair Julius Genachowski is if anything, relentless. In a vote along party lines—the two Republican members dissented—the FCC Thursday (June 17) opened a new proceeding to reclassifying the Internet as the regulatory equivalent of a phone service, despite a recent court decision that ruled the FCC lacked the authority to do it.

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