adeelarshad82 writes: "The Net neutality debate got another boost Monday when FCC chairman Julius Genachowski proposed the addition of two Internet policy principles that would require reasonable and transparent network management. Genachowski proposed expanding the FCC's Internet policy principles, a set of four principles released by the agency in 2005 that serve as a framework for broadband Internet access. The first addition would prevent ISPs from discriminating against particular Internet content or applications. The second addition would ensure that ISPs are transparent about network management."
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