Tuesday, December 21, 2010

FCC Net Neutrality Order: No Transparency

Does the public have the right to see the FCC's net neutrality proposal? Net Neutrality probably ranks as the most controversial issue in the communications sector right now, but nobody will be able to see the order in advance. In fact, nobody will be able to read the order until after it is passed.

The lag between passage and publishing is normal for the FCC. What is different is the secrecy in advance of a vote.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Apparently no one is allowed to read it after it passed. It's been a few hours and nothing is published.

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