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Feds May Be Looking To Bail On Net Neutrality: WSJ

24
Apr
2014

Net neutrality is not dead. But it may be about to take a big blow to the head. The Wall Street Journal has a foreboding scoop that provides details on an early draft of the Federal Communications Commissions new net neutrality rules. And to put it mildly, Internet activists will not be thrilled. According to the WSJs sources, the FCCs plan would restructure the rules that govern online traffic by granting Internet service providers the ability to give some websites preferential treatment — i.e. faster traffic — in exchange for money. …

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