FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said the Comcast ruling and Google and Verizon's separate plan threw a hitch in his agency's own network neutrality plans.
Federal Communication Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski blamed the lack of a new policy for network neutrality on a federal court's decision to expel his agency's bid to regulate Comcast's online management.
Genachowski, who spoke at the Web 2.0 Summit here Nov. 17, also said a parallel network neutrality plan from Google and Verizon threw a hitch in FCC plans, too.
Network neutrality calls for Internet service providers to treat all traffic equally and not give preferential treatment to some Websites over others. Net neutrality is a staple of the FCC National Broadband Plan to connect all individuals and businesses to broadband Internet service.
The first two articles get a bit too political to post snippets here.
And, yeah, this has to do with TV considering the discussions here about IpTV and restrictions of switching to it from satellite due to bandwidth limits and broadband availability.