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The Federal Communications Commission’s Office of Inspector General has agreed to cooperate with New York’s investigation into allegedly fake public comments on net neutrality that were posted to the commission’s website, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Monday.

Meanwhile, an FCC member called on the commission to delay a scheduled Dec. 14 vote on repealing net neutrality rules enacted under the Obama administration until an investigation can be completed.

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Josefa Velasquez

Josefa Velasquez is a regulatory and Court of Appeals reporter for the New York Law Journal based in Albany, N.Y. Contact Josefa Velasquez at [email protected] Twitter: @j__velasquez

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