Democratic leaders introduce Net Neutrality legislation


U.S. CongressReps. Henry Waxman and Anna Eshoo introduced H.R. 3982, the “Open Internet Preservation Act,” with a Senate companion bill to be introduced by Sen. Ed Markey, to protect consumers and innovation online.  Last month, the D.C. Circuit struck down the FCC’s Open Internet rules preventing broadband providers from blocking or discriminating against content online.  The bill would restore these rules until the FCC takes new, final action in the Open Internet proceeding.

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