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FCC commissioners are expected to move forward with rules that would allow internet service providers like AT&T to charge tech and media firms like Facebook for higher speed connections. So reports the Washington Post.

Critics say the rules, which would put an end to what has become known as “net neutrality,” would give internet giants that have the resources to be high bidders a distinct advantage over startups.

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