Bankrolled by broadband donors, lawmakers lobby FCC on net neutrality
The 28 House members who lobbied the Federal Communications Commission to drop net neutrality this week have received more than twice the amount in campaign contributions from the broadband sector than the average for all House members. […] According to research provided Friday by MapLight, the 28 House members received, on average, $26,832 from the “cable & satellite TV production & distribution” sector over a two-year period ending in December. According to the data, that’s 2.3 times more than the House average of $11,651. – David Kravets, Ars Technica http://ift.tt/1gx2hhO
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