As the FCC prepares to weigh in on new open Internet rules, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association wants to make clear that overregulation would be risky business.
Taking a page from some of the net neutrality regulation fans in Silicon Valley, NCTA's home page was given over to a redirect to more information on the issue of Internet regulation.
"Unable to connect," said a white box on the NCTA site Tuesday with an accompanying yellow warning triangle. "You can find anything on the Internet except a good reason to regulate it like a public utility."
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