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 (s cmcsa) 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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