As quoted from the article;

"Any provider who blocks access to the Internet is inviting customers to find another provider," Whitacre said in his keynote speech. "It's bad business." He then emphatically stated that AT&T would not block independent services, "nor will we degrade [Internet access].
           Period, end of story."

Also quoted from the article;

"We've already demonstrated we'll take action if necessary," Martin said.

Link to story;

and another story;

Of course in the very same keynote this is what Commissioner Martin had to say;

"Martin told attendees at the TelecomNext show that telcos should be allowed to charge web sites whatever they want
       if those sites want adequate bandwidth."

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