FCC reportedly planning vote that could kill net neutrality next month

 The Federal Communications Commission will drive a stake through its own net neutrality rules roughly this time next month, if Chairman Ajit Pai gets his way. Sources at Bloomberg and Reuters say the FCC’s head honcho will showcase plans next week for a vote to repeal a 2015 order regulating web traffic throttling.  If Pai gets his way, the vote will go down just ahead of winter… Read More

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