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Here’s how the FCC wants to roll back net neutrality and what it means for you

Heres how the FCC wants to roll back net neutrality and what it means for you

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced today the next big front in the ongoing debate over the future of the internet in the US.

Making his remarks in Washington, D.C., Pai detailed plans to remove regulations enacted in 2015’s Open Internet order, designed to “protect and maintain open, uninhibited access to legal online content.”

The 2015 order invokes a Title II common carrier classification for internet service providers (ISPs), which makes it illegal for them to throttle, block, or otherwise discriminate any kind of internet traffic from its users — a major component of net neutrality.

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