A plan by the nation's top telecommunications regulator to provide free wireless high-speed internet service hit a snag this week over concerns about possible interference and a proposed censoring feature that upset free-speech advocates, the Associated Press reports. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin told AP that the plan will not be voted on at the agency's June 12 meeting as first promised, but he hopes to present it to the full commission in July. "I want to be clear that I am still very supportive of the cause of providing a lifeline broadband service across the country," he said.


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