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Congress’ Net Neutrality Bill Update at has an update on the Net Neutrality debate in Congress. Here are the first two paragraphs:

Partisan wrangling over Net neutrality heated up on Tuesday, with Democrats pledging a fight over a broadband bill they say will mean extra fees and content restrictions on the Internet.

A committee vote is expected Wednesday on a Republican-backed proposal called the Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement Act, or COPE Act. Democrats say the bill’s portions dealing with Net neutrality don’t go far enough to restrict telecommunications companies for levying fees for faster access.

The fear is that big telecommunications companies by controlling the net will make it harder for sites like to exist. Here is more from an earlier post.

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