Net neutrality decision has everyone disappointed

The FCC's newly passed net neutrality rules could be a moot point in January when the Republicans take over the House. They've vowed to overturn the 3-2 vote in favor of FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski's plan. As the New York Times points out, the new rules don't leave anyone happy: much of the industry wants Washington to keep their hands off the Internet and public interest groups say the new rules don't go far enough. Article

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