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Letter to the FCC on Preserving an Open Internet

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Letter to the FCC on Preserving an Open Internet

March 01, 2010

​Higher education community letter on net neutrality to Federal Communications Commission Chair Chairman Julius Genachowski. The groups express their belief that it is vitally important that policymakers act now to preserve the open Internet for institutions, their users, and the public at large.

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