According to PC Magazine the Federal Communications Commission held closed door meetings with lobbyists for the country's top telecoms in Washington on Monday. According to the report lobbyists from AT&T, Verizon, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, and Internet companies like Google and Skype are meeting with the FCC to talk about Net Neutrality. This does not sit well with organizations pushing for Net Neutrality at all - mainly because of the lack of transparency the FCC is showing in holding the meetings in the first place.
The meetings come on the heels of the FCC opening a public comment period last week to figure out how it should proceed regarding broadband Internet regulation. Monday's meeting included a discussion with lobbyists about how the FCC might avoid changes to Internet regulation rules, but still be able to enforce "net neutrality" rules. Another meeting was scheduled for today.
Consumer group Free Press was very unhappy with the FCC's meetings: