House Republicans say FTC should set net neutrality laws

Forging yet another wrinkle into the highly complex debate about net neutrality, Republicans in the House Judiciary Committee on Friday suggested that the Federal Trade Commission, not the Federal Communications Commission, should decide the matter, and use antitrust law as the bases for its decisionmaking. Bloomberg's Todd Shields has a full report here

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