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FTC report says no need for net neutrality

bpc123 (1121543) writes | more than 7 years ago

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bpc123 writes "WASHINGTON — The Federal Trade Commission's Internet Access Task Force yesterday issued its report on broadband competition policy. Entitled "Broadband Connectivity Competition Policy," it follows the agency's two-day public workshop in February 2007 on broadband competition issues.

FTC Chairman Deborah Platt Majoras said in the agency news release, "This report recommends that policy makers
proceed with caution in the evolving, dynamic industry of broadband Internet access, which generally is moving
toward more — not less — competition. In the absence of significant market failure or demonstrated consumer harm,
policy makers should be particularly hesitant to enact new regulation in this area."

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