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Consumer Groups Decry FCC’s Net-Neutrality Proposal

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Consumer advocates reacted with dismay to reports that the Federal Communications Commission plans to allow Internet service providers to charge companies a toll for faster access, while FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler defended the proposed rules as consistent with the underlying goals of net neutrality.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    Any policies that might serve to lessen the number of otherwise potentially productive hours Americans squander while mindlessly watching stupid stuff on the Internet should be embraced. So-called "consumers" of such rubbish ought to be more worried about getting to bed early, impressing their bosses by being early the next day, paying off their student loans and/or getting off food stamps. Forget about movie download speeds.

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