Net neutrality lobbying at the Federal Communications Commission

The Hill reports on lobbying on the net neutrality rules pending before the Federal Communications Commission.

Tech companies that develop online applications, such as Skype, Google and, back net neutrality rules. They worry that in the absence of government regulation, Internet providers will block websites, services and applications that compete with their own offerings. The FCC’s proposed rules would prohibit Internet providers from giving preferential treatment to certain types of Web traffic.

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