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Net Neutrality Battle Raises Questions About Companies' Free Speech Rights

Internet service providers who are challenging the new Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules contend that they violate the free speech rights of telecoms and cable companies. Net neutrality advocates are now countering those claims in court filings. The "back-and-forth over corporate speech has ballooned into a surprisingly substantial debate," writes Brian Fung of The Washington Post. "The FCC's allies have addressed the First Amendment issue head-on, and it's raising big questions about the role businesses play in our democracy."

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