Big Cable: Net Neutrality Violates Isp 1st Amendment Rights

The head of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association lashed out at net neutrality supporters who say Internet non-discrimination is a First Amendment cause. The real issue, he says, is the First Amendment rights of ISPs.

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