Tech Experts Want Congress To Overturn FCC Internet Regulations

The Daily Caller by Peter Fricke

April 30 will mark the commercial Internet’s 20th birthday, and some are calling on Congress to celebrate the occasion by overturning burdensome new regulations.

A group of “tech elders” — including Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and John Perry Barlow of the Grateful Dead — sent an open letter to CongressThursday urging lawmakers to designate April 30 “Internet Independence Day” in recognition of the longstanding, bipartisan commitment to maintaining a light touch approach to regulating the Internet.

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