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  1. Lawsuits on New Net Neutrality Rules Begin

    Soon, the deluge. The FCC passed new rules last month classifying internet as a basic utility, and now it’s being sued by USTelecom, an industry group, and by Alamo Broadband, a Texas provider, for overreaching existing laws. These are just the first lawsuits — along with a case against the rules by the state of Tennessee, filed last week — but they’ll set the standard for future cases and thus the FCC is expected to fight tooth and nail against claims.

    WP, CNET  

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