|November 17, 2014|
|Is Obama Right To Try and Reclassify The Internet|
|By Chris Crum|
In an effort to protect an open Internet, President Obama announced that he'sasking the FCC to reclassify Internet service under Title II of the Telecommunications Act.
"In plain English, I'm asking them to recognize that for most Americans, the Internet has become an essential part of everyday communication and everyday life," he said, noting that the FCC is an independent agency, and that ultimately, it's their decision.
Do you agree with the President? Share your thoughts on the matter in the comments.
"The public has already commented nearly four million times, [...]
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