FCC proposes new Internet rules

The FCC has proposed new Internet rules that would prevent service providers – like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast – from deliberately slowing or blocking Web traffic.  College of Communication Professor T. Barton Carter, an authority on the FCC and communication law, says it is significant that such “net neutrality” would be extended to wireless carriers.

We can expect heavy lobbying on both sides of this issue with many major players — including the broadband companies, wireless service providers and Internet content providers — playing major roles.

Contact T. Barton Carter, 617-353-3482, comlaw@bu.edu

2 Comments

Francesco Wertheim posted on May 5, 2011 at 12:59 am

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Nangle32@gmail.com posted on May 25, 2011 at 8:20 pm

I never regretted my time at college, I simply want I could have gotten out with much less debt and extra time to do the things I used to be skilled to do moderately than spend all my time in search of money to repay my debts in a minimum wage financial system!

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