FCC chairman expected to leave broadband services deregulated


The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has indicated he wants to keep broadband services deregulated, reports the Washington Post—even as a federal court decision has exposed weaknesses in the agency's ability to be a strong watchdog over the companies that provide access to the web. The FCC currently has "ancillary" authority over broadband providers such as Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon and must adequately justify actions over those providers. Last
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