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FCC chairman Tom Wheeler is trying his best to do damage control over the poor reception his proposed net neutrality rules have gotten. It's so bad that on Wednesday at the Cable Show in Los Angeles, Wheeler will try once again to negate the bad headlines and accusations that he's out to kill the Internet as we know it.
To make sure the press gets Wheeler's message loud and clear, the FCC press office provided some advance quotes from Wheeler's planned remarks in which he will stress that any open Internet rules the FCC adopts will be tough and enforceable and won't lead to the creation of fast lanes for deep-pocketed content providers.