FCC Chairman to Recommend Sanction for Comcast

The head of the Federal Communications Commission said he will recommend that the agency sanction Comcast Corp. for unreasonably restricting Internet users who share movies and other material. In a victory for open-Internet advocates, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin said he will propose that the agency's five commissioners vote to uphold a complaint alleging that Comcast violated the FCC's open-Internet principles by improperly blocking peer-to-peer traffic on its network.

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