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Appeals court strikes down key parts of the FCC’s net neutrality rules

14
Jan
2014

If you were hoping that the FCCs net neutrality rules would survive the many legal challenges thrown in its path, think again. A Washington appeals court has voided the anti-blocking and anti-discrimination requirements in the FCCs Open Internet Order, arguing that they go beyond the agencys mandates.

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