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Federal court strikes down FCC net neutrality rules

14
Jan
2014

A federal appeals court has struck down important segments of the FCCs Open Internet rules, determining that the agency doesnt have the power to require internet service providers to treat all traffic equally. The DC circuit court has ruled on Verizon v. FCC, a challenge to the net neutrality rules put in place in 2010, vacating the FCCs anti-discrimination and anti-blocking policies, though it preserved disclosure requirements that Verizon opposed — in other words, carriers can make some traffic run faster, but they have to tell subscribers.

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