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Corporate Titans Speak Out for 'Open Internet' & 'Net Neutrality'

Jon Queally @ Common Dreams - With the FCC's window for public comment on its proposed 'net neutrality' rules closing this week, dozens of the Internet's most powerful corporate players—including Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Netflix—on Monday reasserted their opposition to creating 'digital fast lanes' that would give special treatment for content creators or web companies that pay extra fees.

Represented by their trade group, called The Internet Association, the companies called on the commission more.


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