Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Internet Rules (VOA)

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Another political fight is taking shape in Washington, D.C. At issue: proposed changes to the way the Internet is regulated in the United States. One side wants rules to suspend plans to make heavy users of the Internet pay more. The other side says new rules will slow the economic growth fueled by online services. Earlier this year, U.S. regulators proposed big changes in the way the Internet operates in the country. The Federal Communications Commission voted to offer a plan that could affect Internet service providers like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast. The plan lets the providers make deals with companies like Google and Facebook to provide faster paths to get their content to consumers. Some consumer groups and Internet companies oppose that plan. President Barack Obama also does not support the proposed changes. He spoke recently about how the Internet should be organized around the ideas of openness, fairness and freedom. Mr. Obama recently tried to persuade FCC members to supervise Internet services like a public utility. Harold Furchtgott-Roth is an economist and former FCC commissioner. He says the Internet adds hundreds of billions of dollars to the U.S. economy. He says proposals to govern the Internet as if it were a telephone company would interfere in many decisions, including setting prices. He says people who operate the business should decide such things. Some Republican members of Congress and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce agree. So regulators, the courts and Congress will continue to debate this difficult issue.

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