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South Dakota-based Internet Provider Criticizing FCC Rules

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota-based telecommunications company is criticizing the Federal Communications Commission for its new rules aimed at regulating Internet service providers.

KELO-TV reports ( ) that Midcontinent Communications says the FCC’s so-called net neutrality rules are “regulatory overreach.
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The FCC voted Thursday to impose strict regulations on Internet service providers. The rules aim to enforce net neutrality, the concept that companies shouldn’t block or slow Web traffic or create paid fast lanes.

The company headquartered in Sioux Falls says the FCC had other means to achieve the same objective but instead chose a “complex and far-reaching” set of regulations.

Senior vice president of public policy for Midcontinent Communications Tom Simmons testified at a congressional hearing on the proposed rules in January.


Information from: KELO-TV,