Originally published: December 13, 2010
Last updated: December 13, 2010 - 6:35pm
Free Press is killing some trees to try and "save" the Internet. Free Press says that SavetheInternet.com volunteers will be hand-delivering 2 million petitions to the Federal Communications Commission, with volunteers making the trek every hour on the hour until sometime Dec 14. Free Press wants the FCC to toughen up the chairman's proposed compromise order expanding and codifying its network openness rules. The order does not rely on reclassifying broadband access under some common carrier regs (Title II), allows for specialized services, and does not apply most of them to wireless broadband.
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