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Amid Protests, FCC Advances Net Neutrality' Regulations

May 15, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday moved forward with new regulations regarding so-called net neutrality, a ruling that could have far-reaching implications on how content is delivered over the Internet and how much consumers pay to have that content delivered.



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