Inform Yourself on Net Neutrality Debate

What the FCC’s Net neutrality proposal really means

Puzzled about what the FCC’s Net neutrality vote is really all about, whether you’re an end user or a provider? Here’s the short version

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What the FCC's Net neutrality proposal really means

First, the facts. The Federal Communications Commission voted today, 3-2, to move forward on the Net neutrality proposal floated by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler — one that, in theory, could be used by ISPs and service providers to charge users extra for faster access to premium content.

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