FCC launches Net neutrality inquiry

Friday, 23 March 2007, 1:06 AM EST

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday launched an inquiry into how broadband providers manage their traffic, again getting involved in a debate over network neutrality.

The FCC voted to launch a notice of inquiry that would also examine whether broadband providers charge different prices for different speeds, whether FCC policies should distinguish between content providers that charge end users for access and those who do not, and how consumers are affected by the ways broadband providers manage their networks.

At Computerworld.

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