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Submission + - FCC approving pay-as-you-go Internet plans 1

An anonymous reader writes: As details emerge about the Federal Communications Commission's controversial proposal for regulating Internet providers, a provision that would allow companies to bill customers for how much they surf the Web is drawing special scrutiny.

Analysts say pay-as-you-go Internet access could put the brakes on the burgeoning online video industry, handing a victory to cable and satellite TV providers.

Public interest groups say that trend will lead to a widening gap in Internet use in which the wealthiest would have the greatest access.
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FCC approving pay-as-you-go Internet plans

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