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Video: President Obama voices support for internet neutrality in new statement


US President Barack Obama voiced his support for net neutrality in a new statement, released on November 10, in which he called on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to “keep the Internet open and free.” Obama laid out his plan for maintaining net neutrality in the statement. “The FCC is an independent agency, and ultimately this decision is theirs alone,” said Obama in a video released along with the statement. “But the public has already commented nearly four million times, asking the FCC to make sure that consumers, not the cable company, gets to decide which sites they use.” Credit: YouTube/The White House

 

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