President Obama Calls for 'Strongest Possible Rules' on Net Neutrality

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On Monday, President Obama urged the Federal Communications Commission to defend "net neutrality," the idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) should treat all content equally. Obama's statement, his strongest to date, comes as the FCC considers new rules for ISPs. Meanwhile, Senator Ted Cruz compared net neutrality to Obamacare, saying that "the Internet should not operate at the speed of government."

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Edward Wyatt, reporter for the New York Times

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