The Senate Commerce Committee put over until Wednesday (July 28) morning their discussion and vote on Net Neutrality. I left the markup a bit early, but it looked as if the committee was going to finish most, if not all, of the rest of the bill.
Sen. John Sununu (R-N.H.) was going to offer amendments to delete the broadcast flag language but decided not to for parliamentary reasons. He told the Committee he may introduce his amendments when the bill gets to the Senate floor. Sununu said he is concerned that the flag is a tech mandate that would discourage innovation. He supports enforcement of copyright, Sununu said, but a mandatory tech mandate is not the way to do it.