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Companies with Stake in Net Neutrality Debate Have Financial Ties to Subcommittee Members Overseeing FCC

 


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Feb. 25, 2015 -- The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is scheduled to vote on a proposed change to net neutrality rules outlined by commission chairman Tom WheelerThe House Communications and Technology Subcommittee, which oversees the FCC, held a hearing to discuss the regulations on Wednesday, Feb. 25.

How much stock do members of the subcommittee own in companies that have taken a position on the net neutrality proposal, and how much have these companies spent lobbying the federal government? Read more

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