FCC pushes back deadline for people to weigh in on net neutrality rules

The US Federal Communications Commission is giving people nearly a week more to weigh in Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposal for a new net neutrality framework. Today the FCC said people have until September 15th (a month from now) to reply to comments made by others as part of an earlier phase that wrapped up July 18th. The previous deadline (September 10th) would have given people a month, however the FCC’s site was slammed in the beginning of the process and unable to handle the influx of traffic, causing the original public comment deadline to get pushed back.

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