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Beach House & Opinions on Erykah Badu

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Last week a federal appeals court ruled that the FCC has limited power for web traffic under current law. This decision was the result of Comcast's decision to slow its customers' access to BitTorrent.com and will have a major impact on other ISP's ability to block or charge for access to specific sites. It has also prompted more debate about net neutrality, or the principle that the web should remain open and unrestricted for all. Jim and Greg talk to Michael Bracy, policy director of the Future of Music Coalition, about how the FCC will need to move forward if it wants to protect an open Internet.