- Federal Trade Commission member Joshua Wright wants the FTC to be the agency to oversee net neutrality rules instead of the FCC.
- If the regulatory switcheroo takes place, the FTC could step in and out of battles with Internet providers in a more nimbe fashion than the FCC.
- Consumer advocacy group prefer the firm hand of the FCC, while many large tech/media concerns (TWC, CMCSA, VZ, T) feel more comfortable with the FTC.
Regulatory agencies might battle for Internet oversight
Aug 20 2013, 12:52 ET