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.Last modified on Saturday, 17 May 2014
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Net Neutrality End Coming with Expected FCC Regs
- Saturday, May 17 2014
- Big Law
- Written by PLP News
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.