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Submission + - Can the FTC Really Handle Net Neutrality? (wetmachine.com)

mmascari writes: From Wetmachine: Can the FTC Really Handle Net Neutrality? Let’s Check Against the 4 Most Famous Violations.

On the question of “does the FTC have the power to stop a broadband provider from saying ‘I’m not going to let you use a particular service or access particular content,’ the answer is a flat out straight up “no.” Because for normal everyday businesses, absent a specific enforceable regulation, offering you some limited service is not “unfair” under 15 USC 45(a). Period. Full stop.

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Can the FTC Really Handle Net Neutrality?

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