Former FCC heads debate Web rules: full interview
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Former FCC heads debate Web rules: full interview

Reed Hundt and Michael K. Powell, former chairmen of the Federal Communications Commission, sat down with The Post to talk about the future of the agency as a federal court decision appears to put its oversight of broadband services into doubt. They agree that goals of the national broadband plan won't be derailed by the decision. Though there are still questions about net neutrality and how the agency should proceed on questions about its role over ISPs. (The Washington Post)

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