The Toll Net Neutrality Takes On The Internet, Summed Up In Three Paragraphs
Net neutrality is the principle that all internet traffic should be treated equally. The rule enabling net neutrality is known as Title II and was first designed in the 1930s to help regulate a powerful monopoly. The FCC successfully reclassified the internet from a Title I service to a Title II in the last couple of years, which essentially gave it the authority to mandate and enforce net neutrality rules.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai criticized a rule empowering net neutrality Wednesday, saying it cost the American people jobs, money and access to high-speed internet. N
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