Net Neutrality is the idea that all traffic on the internet is treated equally. In 2015, under President Barack Obama, a Democrat-led FCC passed rules that barred broadband companies from slowing or blocking access to certain websites or services. It also prohibited internet service providers from charging companies a fee to access customers more quickly.
The Federal Communications Commission's Net Neutrality rules will be no more in two months: The agency has taken the final step in removing the regulations from its rule book. This action starts the clock for legal challenges and last-ditch congressional action to preserve the Obama-era regulations.
But that may not be the end of the story. Dozens of groups are expected to file lawsuits challenging the repeal, and Democrats in Congress will push to reverse the FCC's action. Read here for the latest!
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