The Dark Side of Net Neutrality
October 1, 2014
The FCC may regulate the Internet like phones, but could that include power of censorship?
Net neutrality rules being considered by the Federal Communications Commission could chart the future of people’s online lives, ranging from business to entertainment and chat programs, by determining how digital traffic is treated equally by Internet providers.
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