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FCC Sets Out Draft Plan To Weigh Nixing Net Neutrality Rules

Law360, Washington (April 27, 2017, 7:32 PM EDT) -- The Federal Communications Commission released a promised draft plan of its proposal to reverse the reclassification of broadband as a utility on Thursday, seeking feedback on whether so-called bright line net neutrality rules are necessary and whether to “keep, modify or eliminate” them. 

The agency, which ignited a firestorm of support and opposition this week as Chairman Ajit Pai provided the first details of his plan Wednesday, revealed the draft as part of a pilot project to test releasing drafts of orders and proposals before they...
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