This morning President Barack Obama presented a net neutrality plan, advocating for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reclassify broadband under Title II of the  Telecommunications Act. That solution has long been the favorite of the most ardent net neutrality advocates.
The FCC’s Chairman Tom Wheeler quickly replied, noting just how far along the comment, and fact-finding work for deciding how to approach net neutrality is at the current date. Notice in the middle sections how Wheeler also explains how the FCC has partially moved on from examining simple Section 706 or Title II-only plans, to more complex, and potentially more robust “hybrid” approaches that employ both:
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