Last updated: December 9, 2010 - 12:08pm
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) member Michael Copps reiterated his support for regulating broadband service under Title II of the Communications Act, the framework governing telephones.
Commissioner Copps wants to see in a sound network neutrality proposal: strong wireless rules, restrictions on paid prioritization and managed services, and a solid legal foundation. Those are the same areas where the public interest community says FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski's plan falls short.
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