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Breaking news: FCC going all-in on Internet regulation for Net neutrality

Apparently, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has decided to double-down on his fight to keep Net neutrality alive.

We're just hearing about this now from The Wall Street Journal.

Apparently, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has decided to double-down on his fight to keep Net neutrality alive. A few days ago, it looked like Genachowski was opening the gates for carriers to do as they wished but today's WSJ article seems to imply the opposite.

Although the WSJ article talks about some possible approaches, no one really knows what the FCC's next move is, but we can tell you this: it ain't over 'til it's over.

Update: Genachowski to show net neutrality cards tomorrow

Update 2: FCC offers new broadband plan; avoids all-or-nothing approach

Also read: FCC and Net Neutrality: A no-win situation? The death of Net neutrality: Five quick thoughts Thoughtful comments from ZDNet readers on Net neutrality

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