The Federal Communications Commission today released a video of Chairman Julius Genachowski attempting to explain the incredibly complicated approach to broadband regulation that the agency proposed yesterday. I tried to explain it in writing, but here’s Genachoswski’s attempt via video.
And because some of you may be bored at work — or may really care about the legal issues — The Free Press created a video that explains how the FCC found itself in this position in the first place after the Comcast ruling in early April.
And for those who don’t like policy videos, I can offer you KittehRoulette, a shining example of why no lawful Internet content should be blocked, no matter if it’s bandwidth-intensive video or silly beyond belief.
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