FCC Chairman Defends Net Neutrality Rules

Facing pressure from Republican lawmakers who want to take away funding, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and his Democratic colleagues defended their controversial December Internet access rule known as net neutrality. In a hearing before the House Communications and Internet subcommittee, Genachowski stood by his first-time Internet rules and said a dispute between content delivery service Level 3 and Comcast over traffic delivery charges don't fall under the new rules.