CCIA Sends Open Internet Letter to FCC

BY Heather Greenfield
May 9, 2014

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association sent a letter to the FCC and Chairman Wheeler that praises their long-standing commitment to protecting the open Internet and asking them not to propose new rules that would allow discriminatory practices by phone and cable Internet access providers. In the letter CCIA said altering the framework that has historically prevented discrimination would “threaten innovators, investors, users and future potential of the Internet itself.”

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