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FCC Ends Net Neutrality Laws

FCC Ends Net Neutrality Laws The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor of ditching the Obama-era guidelines. This means that all internet traffic is no longer equal. The repeal puts more power in the hands of internet service providers It could allow ISPs to regulate the internet and put a premium on certain websites. Prior to 2015, before these regulations were imposed, we had a free and open internet. That is the future as well under a light touch, market-based approach. Consumers benefit, entrepreneurs benefit. Everybody in the internet economy is better off with a market based approach. A recent Consumer Reports survey found that 57 percent of Americans supported net neutrality law.

Source: Inform News

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