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National Journal
Daniel Castro argued the change in Internet governance could stifle innovation, commerce, and the free flow of ideas.
Agence France-Press
The change opens the door to other governments modifying the Internet's architecture for political reasons.
Washington Post
Without strong global rules, the drug development process will suffer, says Stephen Ezell.
Washington Post
Under this new system there will now be no mechanism to prevent interference in Internet governance, says Daniel Castro.
Politico
Negative implications could include a splintering of the Web and reduced transparency.

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Philadelphia Tribune
The recent FCC ruling is just the first step in a multi-month process that will include significant consumer input and cries that it represents the end of the Internet are a bit premature.
FierceHealthIT
ITIF has called for the creation of national telemedicine guidelines including setting a standard definition and establishing a single, federal licensure for providers.
Government Health IT
ITIF issues a call for congressional action to spur expansion of telehealth services.
Tech News World
The FCC has given preliminary approval to a controversial new approach to Net neutrality
GreenBiz 101
It is already clear that businesses and cities can benefit from connected machines in tangible ways.