Why Comcast and Verizon Are Suddenly Clamoring to Be Regulated

Letto da: Caroline Miller
Durata: 4 min
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Some of the nation's biggest Internet service providers are begging a court not to weaken the power of a major regulatory agency — the Federal Trade Commission — in a case that has implications for businesses and consumers nationwide and puts the companies at odds with another key industry player, AT&T.

"Why Comcast and Verizon Are Suddenly Clamoring to Be Regulated" is from the June 28, 2017 Business section of The Washington Post. It was written by Brian Fung and narrated by Caroline Miller.

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