by Spencer Fernando
December 14, 2017
Despite over-hyped concerns, the vote simply returns FCC internet regulations to pre-2015 conditions.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has voted 3-2 to end the so-called “Open Internet Order.”
The eliminated regulations were widely known as “Net Neutrality,” and were subject to a large campaign to save them.
However, the campaign became untethered from reality, with widespread fears spread about a massive change to the internet.
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