There's a write-up on this on:
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Andy
> Sent: Saturday, February 27, 1999 10:31 AM
> To: Triumph List
> Subject: Internet Tax Revisited
> On national news yesterday.
> The FCC has made a decision that an Internet call is a long
> distance call. This opens the door for the phone companies
> to take the issue to court and based on the
> FCC ruling WIN and begin charging by the minute for internet
> access. Obviously the lobbyist couldn't convince Congress but
> got to some A$$H... in the FCC (He or
> she will probably end up as Vice President for Toilet Paper
> at AT&T pulling down a Mil. or two a year) and came in
> through the back door.
> If you are inclined, write your Congressperson and inform
> them that some Bureaucrat at the FCC has overruled their
> decision on internet access and before long htey'll
> enact a law that makes it illegal to charge long distance
> rates for internet access.
> Andy D.