FCC postpones November public meeting

Once again the FCC has decided to reschedule another public meeting due to what it says is a "scheduling issue" from Nov. 4 to Nov. 30.

Although it's easy to speculate that the FCC wants more time to prepare its notes on Title II reclassification of broadband, Multichannel News reports that an FCC official said the decision to reschedule the meeting is being done so the agency can prepare itself for other unrelated issues to be discussed during the November meeting.

Previously, the FCC rescheduled its meeting because of apparent scheduling conflicts.

But with the telecom industry awaiting clarity around the Title II reclassification and network neutrality, anytime the FCC does reschedule a public meeting it raises eyebrows.

For more:
- Multichannel News has this article

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