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August 17 at 4:30pm

Net Neutrality Is Not The Fairness Doctrine

By Ted Hope

The Conservatives at The FCC have been up to the old dis-info game.  Robert McDowell, one of the two FCC commisioners to recently vote AGAINST the Comcast judgement, tried to rally the right by linking Net Neutrality to the abandoned Fairness Doctrine.  

I, for one, would love to see the Fairness Doctrine return, and with it the respect for all voices that the “public” in public airwaves demand, but find this sort of deliberate confusion quite frustrating.   

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