Friday, February 27, 2015

News Guide: FCC ‘net neutrality’ vote and what it means - The Washington Post

Associated Press
The FCC put the Internet in the same regulatory camp as the telephone, regulating it like a public utility. That means whatever company provides your Internet connection, even if it’s to your phone, will now have to act in the public interest and not do anything that might be considered “unjust or unreasonable.” If it doesn’t, you can complain and the FCC can step in to investigate.

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