153346689_3823fcad42.jpg The FCC has named Steven Waldman as an adviser to the chairman in its office of strategic planning. According to MediaWeek, Waldman will “lead an open, fact-finding process to study the impact of technology and a weakened economy on the future of media, and make policy recommendations.”

If these policy recommendations have anything to do with the FCC’s recent proposed Net Neutrality Principles outlined by FCC chairman Julius Genachowski last month, Waldman’s past job experience puts him in a good position to weigh both sides of the argument for new Internet regulations.

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