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FCC Votes to Undo Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission has officially begun undoing net neutrality rules the agency passed two years ago. (more…)

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Silicon Valley Firms Begin Fight to Stop Trump Administration’s Rollback of Net Neutrality Rules

A lobbying group representing Facebook, Google, Twitter and other web giants told the U.S. Federal Communications Commission yesterday that it shouldn’t weaken net neutrality rules — an early warning shot at the ideas contemplated by the agency’s new Republican chairman, Ajit Pai. (more…)

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New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Says No Determination Has Been Made on Future of Net Neutrality

Ajit Pai, in his first press conference since being elevated to FCC chairman, said that no determination has been made as to what approach he will take to the agency’s net neutrality rules, as public interest groups mobilize to retain the set of regulations passed in 2015. (more…)

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WATCH: Donald Trump Meets Silicon Valley Executives for Roundtable Meeting

Donald Trump gathered Silicon Valley executives together for a roundtable meeting, in an attempt to smooth over frictions after a contentious presidential campaign. (more…)

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What Becomes of President Obama’s Legacy Initiatives Will be in the Hands of the Courts, and his Successor

When President Barack Obama leaves office on Jan. 20 after eight years, several of his major initiatives will still hang in the legal balance, meaning the U.S. courts and his successor will play a major role in shaping his legacy. (more…)

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FCC Commissioner says New Net Neutrality Laws Could Lead to Government Limiting Access to Certain Media Websites

A Federal Communications commissioner is doubling down on arguments against the agency’s recent Open Internet Order, saying the agency failed to “identify a single” net neutrality abuse before adopting new regulations over broadband providers earlier this year. “The commission ominously warned that ‘[t]hreats to Internet openness remain today,’ that broadband providers ‘hold

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Federal Appeals Court Declines to Suspend Net Neutrality Rules

New U.S. Internet traffic regulations, known as net neutrality rules, will go into effect on Friday after a federal appeals court rejected the telecommunications industry's request to partly suspend their implementation while they are being litigated. (more…)

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U.S. Broadband Companies File Lawsuits Over Net Neutrality Rules

US broadband providers filed lawsuits Monday to overturn the Federal Communications Commission's recently approved Net neutrality regulations, the first challenges in what is expected to be a lengthy court fight over the new Internet traffic rules. (more…)

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