Newest Net Neutrality Bill Cuts FCC out of Internet Authority

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at Emerging Corruption

September 27, 2010

By Warner Todd Huston

It looks like House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman, (D-Calif) is so desperate to get a Net Neutrality bill out of the House before the recess that he was willing to strip the FCC authority from it this week. For months he Federal Communications Commission has been angling to take power over the Internet and left-wing Net Neutrality supporters were keen to let them but with the clock running down Chairman Waxman took a different path.

Tech Dose Daily reports that the bill would prohibit the FCC from reclassifying broadband under title II of the Communications Act. But there is a two-year sunset clause that would open up the FCC to reapply for this undue power at a later date.

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Another exposition of this story may be found at The Raw Story, “After Committing to ‘Net Neutrality’, Rep. Waxman Pushes Bill to Kill it.”

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