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FCW : March 15, 2014
FCW INSIDER Join the conversation FCW usesTwitter to break news, eld questions and ask our own. Learn more atTwitter.com/FCWnow. Tech and Innovation are top of mind according to U.S. CIO @stevenvDC at #IgniteInnovation http://ow.ly/tuefe @FCWnow 5:45 AM - 16 Feb 2014 ACT-IAC @ACTIAC Reply Retweet Favorite Trending The Federal Communications Commis- sion is going to have another go at craft- ing the open Internet rules that were issued in 2010 and struck down by a federal court in January. Rather than appeal the D.C. circuit court s decision in Verizon v. FCC, the commission is arguing that the decision backs up its claim to authority under the Telecommunications Act of 1996 to write rules "encouraging the deploy- ment of broadband infrastructure." In a statement, FCC Commissioner Tom Wheeler said, "I intend to accept that invitation by proposing rules that will meet the court s test for preventing improper blocking of and discrimina- tion among Internet traf c, ensuring genuine transparency in how Internet service providers manage traf c, and enhancing competition." A senior FCC of cial said the rules will include the same goals of the orig- inal open Internet order: to prevent broadband carriers from blocking Inter- net traf c or discriminating against pro- viders that offer services that compete with the carrier s own products --- for instance, making sure a cable company doesn t put Net ix in a slow traf c lane while boosting its own video offerings. The of cial added that the goal for rewriting the rules is to provide a legal rationale that does not ban certain activities but instead offers guidance for adjudication on a case-by-case basis when con icts arise. Additionally, Wheeler announced that a proceeding that explores the regula- tion of broadband as a common car- rier would remain open. Reclassi ca- tion as a Title II communications service would subject broadband providers to the same set of rules that govern phone companies --- with the mandatory inter- connection of networks and outright bans on traf c discrimination --- and would be far stricter than the open Internet rulebook. Broadband provid- ers oppose such a move. Republican members of the FCC were not convinced that a reprise of the 2010 order would bring a new result. "In the wake of a court defeat, an FCC chairman oats a plan for rules regulat- ing Internet service providers network management practices instead of seek- ing guidance from Congress, all while the specter of Title II reclassi cation hovers ominously in the background," Commissioner Ajit Pai said. "I am skep- tical that this effort will end any differ- ently from the last." --- Adam Mazmanian FCC plans new basis for old network neutrality rules 8 March 15, 2014 FCW.COM users are now registered for Defense Connect Online 1 million New leader named at Navy Cyber Command Navy Rear Adm. Jan Tighe, who currently serves as deputy com- mander of the U.S. Fleet Cyber Command and 10th Fleet, was nominated by President Barack Obama to step up into the com- mander role. Her appointment is subject to Senate con rmation. Tighe would be the rst woman to command both Fleet Cyber Command and the 10th Fleet, the latter being the num- bered eet for the Navy s cyber component. She would replace Vice Adm. Mike Rogers, who has been named to lead the National Security Agen- cy and U.S. Cyber Command. Fleet Cyber Command was established in January 2010 as the Navy s subcomponent to the U.S. Cyber Command. The 10th Fleet was launched in May 1943 to target German U-boats in anti-submarine warfare during the Battle of the Atlantic in World War II. After being deactivated at the end of the war, it was reacti- vated in 2010 with the launch of Fleet Cyber Command. Tighe has served as deputy commander of the U.S. Fleet Cyber Command and 10th Fleet since November 2013. Prior to that, she was director of decision superiority on the Chief of Naval Operations staff after serving as the deputy director of operations at U.S. Cyber Command. From November 2012 until October 2013, she also served as interim president of the Naval Postgrad- uate School. --- Amber Corrin
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