The FCC just voted to repeal net neutrality — here’s how it would change how much you pay for internet
|12/14/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) just voted to reverse net-neutrality regulations adopted in 2015.
- Net neutrality means internet service providers (ISPs) cannot block, slow, or provide preferential treatment to particular sites and services.
- The new rule — the Restoring Internet Freedom order — would allow ISPs to impose fees on customers who want to access rival sites.
Your home internet bill will likely get more expensive soon.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), led by chairman Ajit Pai, voted on Thursday to repeal the net neutrality rules it put in place in 2015 during the Obama administration.
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