Net neutrality, broadband taxes top House tech agenda

CNET reports that Rep. Rick Boucher (D) of Virginia announced at a conference organized by the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee that brokering a truce between internet companies and network operators–who have been fighting over Net neutrality legislation–is a top priority. Last year, Boucher voted for an amendment that would have imposed strict regulations on broadband providers. Ultimately, this amendment proved unsuccessful. Now, with Rep. Lee Terry (R) from Nebraska, Boucher plans to push for a proposal that will create new broadband taxes……

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