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CWA: FCC Rulemaking on Open Internet Should Support Investment in Networks, Job Creation

The Communications Workers of America has called on the Federal Communications Commission to ensure that its rulemaking process and discussions on how to preserve a free and open Internet take into account investment and job creation.
CWA has long contended that the FCC is the appropriate place to address this issue, and the process should lead to "reasoned discussion among all stakeholders about the technical requirements of network management and the economics of broadband build-out to ensure continued private sector investment in advanced high-speed Internet networks while protecting an open Internet," CWA President Larry Cohen said in a letter to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski. Download CWA position and copy of president Cohen's letter in PDF format.

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