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Submission + - D.C. Court rules against FCC on Net Neutrality (cnet.com) 1

lefiz writes: The Federal Communications Commission does not have the legal authority to impose strict Net neutrality regulations on Internet providers, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. This ruling overturns the FCC's 2008 order against Comcast over its "network management" practices that interfered with BitTorrent traffic. This may have serious consequences for Net Neutrality going forward.
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D.C. Court rules against FCC on Net Neutrality

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