LA Passes Open-Access Resolution

Los Angeles has passed a resolution calling for open access to broadband cable Internet access.

"The nation's second-largest city passed the resolution, introduced by City Council Member Alex Padilla, who represents the city's 7th District in the northeast San Fernando Valley. The resolution states that '... the public interest is best served by consumers having an unrestricted choice among Internet service providers to access the Internet.'"

Thanks to Chris Steins

Full Story: Los Angeles Passes Cable Open-Access Resolution

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