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The FCC’s net neutrality Twitter chat was actually useful

Twitter chats are rarely productive; the host’s messages often get lost amid the flood of questions and comments from other users, and there’s definitely an incentive for others to hijack the hashtag.

But the Federal Communications Commission tried it on Tuesday anyway after being flooded with criticism of a proposal that would give Internet providers more flexibility to charge for reliable service. And it wasn’t terrible.

Read more   from The Switch in the Washington Post

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