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Submission + - Congress unhappy with FCC's proposed changes to net neutrality

Presto Vivace writes: FCC Chair’s Proposed Net Neutrality Rule Not Popular At Congressional Hearing

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler took the hot seat today in an oversight hearing before the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology to testify about current issues before his agency, including net neutrality. The overriding theme of the day? Pretty much everyone who spoke hates the rule the FCC narrowly approved for consideration last week — just for different reasons.

Instructions for how to send your comment to the FCC for those so inclined. There is also a White House petition calling for the removal of Wheeler from his position as FCC Chair.

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Congress unhappy with FCC's proposed changes to net neutrality

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