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Table of Contents - September 16, 2014

Panelists Challenged To Define Reasonable Wireless Network Management

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler challenged participants in an agency roundtable on mobile broadband and the open Internet to specify what should constitute "reasonable network management" for wireless platforms.

Having encouraged panelists at the beginning of the all-day series of staff-led roundtable discussions on issues raised in the Commission's open Internet rulemaking proceeding to work toward "a set of equities" and "common solutions," the Chairman returned in the middle of the final panel to make clear that he didn't accept arguments offered by wireless industry representatives that potential congestion, lower capacity, and "millisecond-to-millisecond" network management justify viewing mobile wireless networks as "unique."


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