[Breaking News] FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules to Ban Internet Discrimination

by Vi Paynich on Feb 26, 2015 1:48:00 PM Advocacy

FCC_Approves_Net_Neutrality_Rules_to_Ban_Internet_Discrimination-811166-editedYahoo reports that Federal regulators moved forward on Thursday with a net neutrality plan to protect openness on the Internet by treating the online world more like heavily regulated telecommunications markets.

New rules from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted on a 3-2 vote will prohibit Internet service providers like Comcast (CMCSA) and Verizon Communications (VZ) from discriminating against any website or online service. That means sites like Netflix (NFLX) or Google’s (GOOGL) YouTube won’t have to pay extra fees or face sluggish connections with their users. And new sites and services will be able to reach everyone on the Internet on the same terms as the big players.

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