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A Two-Minute Rundown On Net Neutrality

With the FCC's vote to regulate the Internet under Title II of the 1934 Communications Act, the agency can  prevent Internet service providers (ISPs) from manipulating the speed sites are transmitted on their networks (though Comcast and their ilk will, of course, sue.) Verizon issued a press release on the decision…in Morse code, which makes the point that the decision is archaic, and that the FCC shouldn't have the power to tell cable operators how they can deliver content through their pipelines. A quick pros-and-cons rundown at the jump.

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