Blackburn Says Net-Neutrality Rules Aren't `So Neutral'
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Blackburn Says Net-Neutrality Rules Aren't `So Neutral'

Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Representative Marsha Blackburn, a Republican from Tennessee, talks about Internet "net-neutrality" rules. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski today asked the agency to vote Dec. 21 to bar Internet-service companies from blocking or slowing Web users' access to lawful content and applications. Blackburn speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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