FCC issues new order on Net Neutrality, still concerns for libraries

On Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed a new order on net neutrality.  The press release and Report and Order are available online.

There are a number of concerns, most notably that libraries will be considered consumers and may not be able to ensure that web content can be equally accessed and also that none of the rules apply to wireless access.  For more information, see the District Dispatch posting and an article from The Daily Beast.

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