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Comcast, Verizon, and others promise net neutrality ruling won’t hurt customers

15
Jan
2014

The future of net neutrality is a bit dimmer today. Following a landmark decision by a federal appeals court to strike down key parts of the FCCs Open Internet rules, internet service providers and telecommunications companies are scrambling to reassure customers that the internet — as they know it — will continue to work as advertised. A barrage of companies including ATT, Verizon, Comcast, and others have issued public statements that attempt to calm, and otherwise reassure customers the internet will continue to be open, vibrant, and that people will have unfettered access to all (legal) parts of it. Verizon — the key instigator against the FCCs rules — spun the opinion, saying the decision will result in more innovation and choices for consumers:

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