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Submission + - Hopes for net neutrality dies in court (cnet.com)

Defenestrar writes: A federal appellate court has decided that the FCC has no congressional authority to regulate net neutrality, and as such; companies such as Comcast are free to shape traffic as they see fit until the United States Congress empowers the FCC with regulatory power over internet traffic within the United States (and consumer protection from ISP intentional data corruption for the sake of traffic shaping).
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Hopes for net neutrality dies in court

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