FCC Net Neutrality Hearing Draws Diverse Views

[IDG] Copyrights, Internet investment, consumer choice in entertainment and even freedom of religion are all at stake in the debate over network neutrality, speakers said Thursday during a U.S. Federal Communications Commission hearing at Stanford University.”The dynamic Internet, perhaps the most expansive and liberating technology since the printing press, is, in fact, under threat,” said FCC Commissioner Michael Copps. “We will keep it open, we will keep it free, only if we act forcefully to make that happen.”

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