FCC's Net Neutrality Vote Scheduled for Feb. 26

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is expected to release a report this week outlining recommendations on the net neutrality debate—including whether or not the Commission should implement the so-called ‘title II'' oversight—which would define internet access as a public utility
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WASHINGTON�FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is expected to release a report this week outlining recommendations on the net neutrality debate�including whether or not the Commission should implement the so-called �title II'' oversight�which would define internet access as a public utility.

RCRWireless.com reports that the other commissioners are expected to receive copies of the report on the 5th. The contents of this report will not be released until after the Commission has voted on the issue on the 26th.

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