Net neutrality wins: FCC to vote yes unanimously on open internet rules


The Federal Communications Commission, the five-person panel that regulates the telecommunications industry, is poised to approve a sweeping set of rules that would prohibit internet service providers from favoring their own content and discriminating against rival traffic.

"This is a landmark day for internet users," Art Brodsky, spokesman for pro-net neutrality group Public Knowledge told DailyFinance. "We're very pleased that the FCC process is going forward that we believe will result ultimately in a new day for fairness on the internet.