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AT&T Urges Congress to Pass ‘Internet Bill of Rights’

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by Jerome Corsi, Infowars.com

AT&T recently called for an “Internet Bill of Rights,” arguing for a new, fairer standard to replace the George Soros-backed Obama administration “net neutrality” rules that the Federal Communications Commission voted in December to repeal.

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson is calling for an Internet Bill of Rights arguing “net neutrality” should apply to the giant Internet edge providers, including Google, Twitter, and Facebook, who apply content to the Internet, not just to the Internet Service Providers (ISP) whose major function is to connect users to the Internet.

“AT&T is committed to an open Internet,” Stephenson’s statement said. “We don’t censor online content. And we don’t throttle, discriminate, or degrade network performance based on content. Period”

Stephenson argued congressional action is needed to establish an Internet Bill of Rights that applies to all Internet companies and guarantees neutrality, transparency, openness, non-discrimination and privacy protection for all Internet users.

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