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FCC Approves Paid Prioritization Internet Proposal, but More Debate to Come

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May
2014

In a three-to-two vote, the Federal Communications Commission decided to advance Chairman Tom Wheelers proposal on net neutrality. Internet service providers (ISPs) now have the opportunity to charge content creators (websites) for faster speeds and higher quality connections, ensuring that websites visitors will have the best possible user experience.  Not even the FCC is particularly pleased with the proposal as it sits.

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