Time Warner Cable has temporarily shelved plans for usage-based internet service caps, but U.S. Rep. Eric Massa is still concerned, PC Magazine reports. Massa, a New York Democrat, introduced a bill on June 16 that would require internet service providers that plan to introduce usage-based caps to submit their plans to the Federal Trade Commission prior to implementation. If the agency found that these plans were unreasonable or discriminatory, they would be banned. The Broadband Internet Fairness Act also would require the FTC to hold public hearings on proposed plans and impose fines on ISPs that did not comply. The...

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