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Net Neutrality Has Been Officially Repealed

Net Neutrality Is Officially Repealed A new set of rules by Federal Communications Commission went into effect Monday officially ending Net Neutrality, which required internet service providers to offer equal access to all web content. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said the new rules are more market-friendly than the regulations put in place by the Obama administration. Monday, we are ending this flawed approach and allowing smaller internet service providers to focus their efforts on deploying more broadband, connecting more Americans with digital opportunity, and offering more competition in the marketplace. Ajit Pai, via CNET Here are the rules being repealed: Blocking ISPs could not discriminate against any lawful content by blocking websites or apps. Throttling ISPs could not slow the transmission of data because of the nature of the content, as long as it was legal. Paid Prioritization ISPs could not create an internet fast lane for companies and consumers who paid premiums. Under

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