April 27, 2006
Net Neutrality Loses in House
Telecoms won a victory in the House Energy and Commerce Committee when a Democratic sponsored amendment was defeated by a vote of 34 to 22. The amendment would have prohibited telecoms from creating a fast lane that would discriminate against content providers. The bill in committee is part of the broader re-write of telecommunication laws to bring them up to date. Most commentators agree there is a long way to go on all of this.
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