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Net Neutrality Successfully Repealed By The FCC

The United States Federal Communications Commission today officially repealed Title II net neutrality protections, with its highly polarizing Restoring Internet Freedom act now entering force. The development comes in spite of U.S. Senate’s efforts to dismiss the reversal of the 2015 rules which categorized Internet service providers as utility companies and thus prevented them from selling prioritized access to certain parts of the...

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Even Though Net Neutrality Protections Are Ending, Congress Can Still Bring Them Back

June 11, 2018 is the day that the FCC’s so-called “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” goes into effect. This represents the FCC’s abdication of authority in upholding the hard-won net neutrality protections of the 2015 Open Internet Order. But this does not mean the fight is over. While the FCC ignored the will of the vast majority of Americans and voted not to enforce bans on blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization, it...