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FAQ: The FCC's Net Neutrality vote, for the IT crowd

Jon Gold | Feb. 24, 2015
The FCC on Thursday, Feb. 26 is set to vote on new broadband regulations that would require ISPs to practice Network Neutrality.

And the FCC is going for it?

Yep after a bit of prompting from President Obama, the FCC came up with new draft rules, which it looks like it's going to adopt at its big meeting on Thursday, that will reclassify broadband providers as common carriers.

Oh, they're very unhappy indeed, and when they're unhappy, they file lawsuits AT&T has already vowed to sue if Title II happens, and the whole thing will almost certainly become a gigantic legal battleground after the fact. The Stalingrad of regulatory litigation, if you will. 


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