There will probably be little time for Washington to tinker with the Internet since Congress is still having debates on the fiscal cliff, debt ceilings, and budget sequestrations along with immirgration, drugs etc. Bringing up an old topic that Congress could get invoved (which has been pending the last two years at the the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, Verizon and MetroPCS) are challenging the legality of the Federal Communications Commission's 2010 Net neutrality rules, which prohibits ISPs from blocking lawful Web content. So if the FCC lose its case, the fight could return to Congress.
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