-- A walk-up, from Politico, to the FCC hearing later this morning on Title II reclassification. Stay tuned here on this blog for coverage of the meeting.
-- Some useful legal background for what's happening today.
-- Just in time, some ammunition for the carriers? A study by New York University Law School says regulation of broadband could cost the economy at least $62 billion annually over the next five years.
-- At the same time, telcos are lobbying Congress to get legislation that would stop the FCC. Looks like the industry is open to compromise.
Jia Lynn Yang
June 17, 2010; 8:37 AM ET
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