NCTA Statement on Committee Approval of S. Con. Res.50 to Preserve a Free and Open Internet

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<p>“We applaud the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s passage of this important resolution to keep the global Internet free from government control and to preserve and advance the successful multi-stakeholder model that governs the Internet today. This resolution sends a strong message that the flow of information free from government control is vital to democracy, commerce, education and much more across the globe. We applaud the bipartisan leadership of lead sponsors Senators Rubio and McCaskill and original co-sponsors Sens. McCain, Kerry, DeMint, Johanns, T. Udall, Ayotte, and Warner, and look forward to swift passage by the full Senate.”</p>

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Contact: Brian Dietz/Joy Sims 202-222-2350

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - 20:00
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NCTA Statement on Committee Approval of S. Con. Res.50 to Preserve a Free and Open Internet