ACA calls on FCC to adopt balanced open Internet rules

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ACA / American Cable AssociationThe American Cable Association urged the FCC to take a balanced approach regarding new Open Internet rules by adopting rules that prevent discrimination and blocking from “edge” providers.  ACA asked the FCC to prohibit Internet content, applications and services providers from engaging in blocking and discrimination against broadband Internet access service providers that would be regarded as serious violations of Net Neutrality principles if engaged in by broadband access providers.

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