Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Obama Flip Flop: FCC Vote Could End Net Neutrality

When Obama was running for office three years ago, he pledged to support the principle of a free and open internet saying, "I will take a backseat to no one with regards to net neutrality." Fast forward to today and the FCC Chair that Obama appointed is leading a vote that could end net neutrality. Today's pivotal vote will decide on a new set of regulations that critics say will create a two-tiered system for the Internet. We speak with Craig Aaron of the media reform group Free Press.


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