FCC opens Net neutrality scheme for debate

The Federal Communications Commission's plan to revise Net neutrality rules seemed to satisfy few after the agency voted 3-2 Thursday to open its proposal to debate. Even the Democrats who supported Chairman Tom Wheeler's scheme seemed lukewarm to the plan, which would let content providers pay to send their data over a "fast lane" of bandwidth. Verizon Communications and AT&T continue to take issue with a proposal that would reclassify broadband as a "common carrier" service.

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