FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler talked to University of Colorado Law School in Boulder, CO about his Net Neutrality proposal, which was partially released on Feb. 4th. It’s expected that the FCC will vote on this proposal on Feb. 26.
I’ve been trying to find some relatively non-biased articles on the recent proposal and most are very obviously leaning one way or the other. Or the titles don’t match well with the content of the article (I suppose they get more clicks that way). The article above does a pretty good job trying to stay neutral.
Here’s one from Ars Technica that just wants to look at what we know about the proposal so far from the 4-page summary that has been released. It waits to lean until the last paragraph.
If you’re not caught up on what’s going on with the Net Neutrality issue, this blog from Washington Post can catch you up and it feels like it’s only leaning a little bit.