Net Neutrality Groups To Challenge AT&T's FaceTime Plan

Law360, New York (September 18, 2012, 3:43 PM EDT) -- Three public policy groups said Tuesday that they would file the first complaint alleging AT&T Inc. will violate the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules if it forces customers to purchase a separate plan in order to use the popular FaceTime application for iPhones.

Policy groups Free Press, the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute and Public Knowledge say their notice of intent to file a complaint with the FCC follows the release of Apple Inc.’s latest operating system iOS 6, which enables customers to use...
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