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FCC votes in favor of new Net Neutrality rules, leaves room for ‘fast lanes’

15
May
2014

Five months ago, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals came down hard and essentially neutered 2010s Open Internet Order. Today, the FCC voted — in a split decision along party lines– to try again with a proposal for new Net Neutrality rules. Nothings set in stone yet (the final vote on the matter will take later this year) and thats a good thing: it sounds like the FCC could use as much input as it can get.

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