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FCC Taking Comments On Internet Control

FCC Taking Comments On Internet Control

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The Federal Communications Commission has opened a comment period about proposed rules for internet content control, or the so called net neutrality.

South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson says if you have a concern about changes to the internet, you need to speak up…

 

Johnson says he wants to see how the FCC modifies its proposal…

 

Johnson says he wants to see the internet to stay open to innovation…

 

There are concerns that large companies could buy up big chunks of internet bandwidth, squeezing out smaller competitors.

 

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