May 14, 2014 11:33 AM

Federal Communications Commission set to vote on Net neutrality

The plan, promoted by FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, either threatens the open Internet by omitting guarantees that traffic will be treated equally — a point made in a letter signed by artists such as punk rocker Jello Biafra — or threatens companies with micromanagement, including rate regulation, if the FCC chooses another path — a point raised by Comcast CEO Brian Roberts.

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