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Comments to the Federal Communications Commission on Net Neutrality

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Comments to the Federal Communications Commission on Net Neutrality

July 20, 2017

​ACE joined eight other associations in these comments to the Federal Communications Commission opposing efforts to roll back the Obama administration’s network neutrality rules. The letter emphasizes that preserving an open Internet is essential for research, education, the free flow of information, and other public interests served by universities and libraries.

Along with ACE, associations signing the comments include:

  • American Association of Community Colleges
  • American Association of State Colleges and Universities
  • Association of American Universities
  • Association of Public and Land-grant Universities
  • Associate of Research Libraries
  • EDUCAUSE
  • National Association of College and University Business Officers
  • National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

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