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Netflix's Net-Neutrality Plea Gets Rejected by the FCC

April 1, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission has no plans to expand its net-neutrality rules to ensure that services like Netflix can connect to Internet providers' networks for free.

But the agency is eyeing other avenues to regulate special deals between websites and Internet providers—an area of concern for consumer groups after Netflix paid Comcast for better access to its customers.


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