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    FCC Plans to End Net Neutrality Regulations

    Are all sites created equal? The Federal Communications Commission has released a plan to end rules preventing ISPs from blocking or slowing access to some sites while giving preferential treatment to others. If passed during next month’s FCC meeting — as it’s expected to — the change will be a major win for telecom companies, as well as for Republicans who argue the Obama-era regulations stifle innovation. Meanwhile, the agency’s Restoring Internet Freedom order will seek to block state governments from attempting to pass their own net neutrality laws.

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