After news of the FCC's decision broke out, the Big Red issued a press release stating that the ruling is imposing rules and regulations that prohibit (as in the time of 1930s prohibition) innovation and progress for the Internet. Oh and the press release was published in Morse code.
Net neutrality gets support from a rather unexpected source. In a letter sent to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), major wireless carrier Sprint has expressed support of the so-called "Title II" regulation, just about the only legal means in which the FCC can employ in order to make sure that Internet service providers can not favor specific websites over others.
This is without a doubt a very interesting development with regards to net neutrality. For some time now, the wireless industry has been generally against the use of the Title II regulation. But it appears that Sprint is going against the flow.
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