FCC Codifies Net Neutrality: “Paint It Black*”
The U.S. FCC adopts strict Internet “net neutrality” rules and, in a historic ruling, classifies ISPs as carriers under Title II, applying the regulations to mobile broadband. Leaning toward little differentiation, the FCC seems to be saying that operators can have any color Internet service they like, as long as they ‘paint it black.’
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