Internet giants Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and a slew of other high-profile technology companies are throwing their support behind the FCC's plan to form new rules to keep the internet open, CNET reports. The CEOs of those companies, along with some telecommunications and media firms, such as EchoStar and XO Communications, sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski on Oct. 19, supporting his efforts to create official regulation that protects net neutrality. The process for developing these new rules, which Genachowski proposed during a speech last month, will begin at the agency's monthly open meeting in Washington,...

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