Court Rules Agains FCC Regarding Net Neutrality Rule

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Court Rules Agains FCC Regarding Net Neutrality RuleThe FCC has lost their net neutrality rule appeal in The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District Columbia Circuit today.

”We’re disappointed that the court came to this conclusion,” Craig Aaron, president and CEO of digital rights group Free Press, said in a statement. “Its ruling means that Internet users will be pitted against the biggest phone and cable companies—and in the absence of any oversight, these companies can now block and discriminate against their customers’ communications at will.”

More about this developing story here.

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