Martin Cancels Free Internet Vote

Dec 14, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin canceled a vote on a plan to allow companies to build a system that would provide free wireless Internet access, the Wall Street Journal reports. The proposal was opposed by the White House and key members of Congress urged Martin to delay a vote. The FCC was also scheduled to vote on a proposal that would help networks in their negotiations with cable operators.
—Jon Lafayette

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