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The FCC's Net Neutrality Decision Threatens Open-Internet! Time To Take Action!

Ty Loomis

The Federal Communications Commission voted on revised net neutrality rules Thursday, managing to both anger and please all sides involved. Protesters and internet service providers have been at odds over the creation of internet "fast lanes." ISPs want content providers to pay extra to give users faster access to their content, while digital rights activists are concerned this would disadvantage startups and the public who cannot afford to pay extra fees. RT’s Lindsay France examines.

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