Obama ‘Expects’ FCC To Preserve ‘Net Neutrality’ – 10 October 2014

RT logoThe Federal Communication Commission is an independent agency and he cannot just call its chief and tell him that ‘net neutrality’ should be preserved by any means necessary, but he expects it will, US President Barak Obama said.

President Obama speaking at a town hall in Santa Monica on Thursday, when asked about his thoughts on the issue of net neutrality by a start-up company spokesman, restated his support keeping Internet data and traffic equal.

“I made a commitment very early on that I am unequivocally committed to net neutrality,” Obama said, cited by Reuters. “I think it is what has unleashed the power of the Internet and we don’t want to lose that or clog up the pipes.”

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