The Consequences of Net Neutrality's Defeat - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Today we’re going to talk about Net Neutrality. The DC Court of Appeals just ruled that the Open Internet Rules proposed by the FCC are “unenforceable” and “without legal ground.” The entire thing was struck down, and it’s all because the FCC didn’t classify Internet Service Providers as telecommunication companies. The court ruled that since companies like Verizon and Comcast were technically not telecommunication companies, the FCC lacked the authority to enforce Open Internet laws. So,



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