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TIA Weighs-in on FCC Net Neutrality Plan

In a letter sent to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler today, the Telecommunications Industry Association addressed the proposed net neutrality rules. In the letter, TIA President Grant Seiffert comments:

“TIA has consistently advocated for a case-by-case analysis to determine whether a violation of these principles has occurred, as overly-prescriptive rules with a one-size-fits-all approach would hinder innovation…TIA also maintains its stance on technology neutrality. We strongly believe in the fundamental principle that markets alone should dictate the success of any given technology, product, or service. But any rules adopted should take into account the technological differences between platforms, while uniformly protecting consumers’ interest in transparency. Paid prioritization is an issue that we have also weighed in on and continue to support.”

A full version of TIA’s letter is available here.

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