Net Neutrality Protection for More Americans: Comcast’s transaction with Time Warner Cable will bring Net Neutrality protection to millions of new customers in cities from New York to Los Angeles. An open Internet stimulates competition, promotes innovation, fosters job creation, and drives business. Comcast is the only Internet service provider in America bound by full Net Neutrality rules, ensuring an open Internet and protecting customers.


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  • Sept. 10, 2014: COMCAST SUPPORTS THE OPEN INTERNET, David L. Cohen. "Comcast has a history of supporting an open Internet. We publicly and strongly supported the FCC’s 2010 Open Internet Order, and we are the only ISP in the country legally bound by the entire set of Open Internet rules today."

  • Mar. 20, 2014: COMCAST REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO OPEN INTERNET, David L. Cohen. "There has been no company that has had a stronger commitment to openness of the Internet than Comcast. We supported the FCC’s Open Internet rules because they struck the appropriate balance between consumer protection and reasonable network management rights for ISPs. We are now the only ISP in the country that is bound by them."

  • Jan. 18, 2011: REGULATORY APPROVAL RECEIVED FOR COMCAST/GE JOINT VENTURE FOR NBC UNIVERSAL, David L. Cohen. "I am pleased to report that today we received final regulatory clearance for the Comcast and General Electric joint venture relating to NBC Universal. As we proceed to close this transaction, we look forward to ushering in new benefits for consumers and hastening the arrival of the digital multiplatform, anytime, anywhere media and communications future that Americans want."

  • Dec. 21, 2010: FCC VOTES ON RULES FOR THE OPEN INTERNET, David L. Cohen. While we look forward to reviewing the final order, the rules as described generally appear intended to strike a workable balance between the needs of the marketplace for certainty and everyone's desire that Internet openness be preserved.

  • Dec. 1, 2010: FCC PROPOSES RULES TO PRESERVE AN OPEN INTERNET, David L. Cohen. For many months, we have been working very hard with Chairman Genachowski's office, the Congress, and a broad array of stakeholders to try to find a fair and appropriate balance that would enable the FCC to codify a light regulatory approach that would protect the openness of the Internet but that would also protect the continued investment and innovation that has made the Internet the vibrant and dynamic place that it is today.