Feds look to adopt 322 pages of fresh taxes, regulations
The Internet as it now exists with nominal government bureaucratic oversight has allowed the creation of billion-dollar companies like Google and Facebook and lets consumers even in remote parts of the landscape shop, watch videos and connect with others more or less instantly.
Just about anyone can set up a website, and it’s one of the few places in America where the sky’s the limit. Literally.
That, however, apparently is not good enough for President Obama, since the Federal Communications Commission is planning to adopt some 322 pages of secret rules to govern Web services.
L. Gordon Crovitz at the Wall Street Journal said the so-called “net neutrality” campaign could be called “Obamacare for the Internet,” but that would be “unfair to Obamacare.”
The Internet rules, which have been kept secret, are scheduled to face a vote by the Federal…
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