FCC's net neutrality vote pushed to 2015 as Wheeler pushes back against Obama

President Obama's strident stance on net neutrality appears to have added even more complexity to an already contentious issue, with FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler reportedly reasserting his independence from the president and attempting to charge ahead with his plans to attempt a compromise on the issue. The political jostling has forced the FCC to retract its promise to issue new net-neutrality rules this year--the commission has confirmed that it won't make a judgment on the topic until next year. FierceWireless has a complete look at the political machinations--and their impact--right here.

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