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The price of Net access

Members of Congress push new legislation that would officially bar federal regulators from imposing new charges on Internet access.

Members of Congress are pushing new legislation that would officially bar federal regulators from imposing new charges on Internet access. The FCC, meanwhile, is working on its defense against a number of formidable foes.

Congress to push laws against Net fees
Several members of Congress are planning new legislation that would officially bar federal regulators from imposing new charges on Internet access.

BellSouth portal seeks to slash Net fees
update The Baby Bell is opening a Web site that it hopes will signal the first step toward subsidizing Internet access fees with online ads and commerce.

FCC outlines plan to ward off Congress
Chairman William Kennard takes the defense in Congress, attempting to ward off legislative reformers with a plan for restructuring the agency.

Feds detail telcos' "missing" equipment
A controversial audit of the Baby Bells concludes that they were missing or overstating close to $5 billion in equipment.