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The FCC will vote Thursday to repeal net neutrality — here’s what that means for you

Published on SAI. The FCC will vote Thursday to repeal the net neutrality rules it put in place in 2015. The repeal will likely mean higher prices and fewer choices for consumers. The repeal is good news for large telecommunications […]

Attorneys general request last-minute delay for net neutrality vote

Published on Engadget. The FCC's controversial vote on net neutrality protections is scheduled to take place tomorrow, and as we get down to the wire, opposition to the proposal hasn't slowed. Today, 18 state attorneys general sent a letter to […]

New York attorney general says FCC’s net neutrality vote would come after a ‘corrupted’ comments process

Published on The Verge – All Posts. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman issued an update today on his office’s investigation into fake FCC net neutrality comments. More than 5,000 people have filed reports with the office over fake comments, […]

39 Senators tell FCC: “Abandon this radical and reckless plan”

Published on TechCrunch.  In a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, 39 Senators (all Democrats, though Republicans have also voiced concern) urge the agency to stop its plan to eliminate net neutrality rules. Where the objections have come in ones […]

Any lawful device: Revisiting Carterfone on the eve of the Net Neutrality vote

Published on Ars Technica. Enlarge / Ever hear of this classic tech? As tomorrow’s FCC net neutrality vote looms, Ars has been sharing as much of our reporting on the topic as possible. And this week, a longtime reader nudged […]

New York Public Libraries: the proposal to kill net neutrality is ‘appalling’

Published on The Verge – All Posts. This Thursday, the FCC is set to vote on a measure that would repeal net neutrality and transform the openness of the internet. The effort to repeal the Obama-era initiative has been mired […]