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FCC's Hybrid Approach to Net Neutrality Makes No-one Happy.
#000000; font-family:times new roman">Days after Verizon launches a tech news site that bans reporting on network neutrality, the FCC is hinting at a "hybrid" approach to governing network neutrality. â€œ#fafafa; color:#000000; font-family:times new roman">Broadband connections to consumers would be regulated lightly as a "retail" service. Lines between websites and services (or "edge providers," in FCC-speak) and broadband providers would be regulated under old rules written for old phone networks. [...] Net neutrality advocates argue that the third option, the hybrid approach, isn't the best way to move forward since the plan is so convoluted it probably won't hold up under the inevitable legal challenge."