In the Net Neutrality Fight, Don’t Forget Mobile


The FCC voted 3-2 to approve its controversial proposal on net neutrality Thursday

And while much of the conversation around the 99-page proposal concerns the new rules and the potential to reclassify broadband as a public utility under Title II, the FCC is requesting public comment on a hugely important aspect of the entire net neutrality discussion: mobile broadband.

Almost all of the discussion surrounding net neutrality has been confined to wireline (that is, cable, DSL and fiber) broadband. That’s largely because the FCC’s standards are different — and much less strenuous — for mobile broadband than they are for wired access …

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