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Net neutrality fans and broadband backers clash in court

Stephen Lawson | Dec. 7, 2015
Both sides argued over the FCC's new rules in a case that could shape Internet regulation.

At this point, the net neutrality backers think the new rules will probably survive. Even if the court issues a split decision that leaves mobile out, the FCC could probably get those services back under the regulations, Russell said. It probably wouldn't even have to ask for public comments again, he said.

But with an issue as complex as net neutrality, where the FCC has been challenged and lost in court before, the outcome and its eventual impact on consumers is far from certain.


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