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VIDEO – FCC’s Authority to Regulation Net Neutrality Pends

01.02.14

Verizon’s challenge to the FCC’s authority to regulate Net Neutrality is still pending in court and many observers expect a ruling against the FCC in January 2014. The Washington Post reported that one of the three Judges who heard the argument “appeared intent on overturning the regulation” and to make things more complicated, there are some questions about how the new FCC Chair Tom Wheeler interprets Net Neutrality.

To learn more about Net Neutrality, please watch my recent video entitled “Perspectives on Net Neutrality.” The video interview by Financial Management Network (& parent SmartPros Ltd.) is part of a series of educational videos provided for accounting, finance, and IT professionals. So please check out the programs on Financial Management Network.

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