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FCC Chair Set for Net Neutrality Play


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We've known that Net neutrality was going to resurface in the new FCC, and it's looking like the official word could come on Monday.

Chairman Julius Genachowski is scheduled to speak at the Brookings Institute, where he "will announce some key elements of his ambitious broadband policy agenda."

The FCC said the chairman "will affirm his support for a free and open Internet" in his speech.

In short, Genachowski is expected to announce a new push for action to enshrine openness and non-discrimination into the FCC's Internet policy.

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