Net Neutrality – Rules, Updates and What's Next

New York Times Bits Blog, Forbes, The Hill, Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, UT San Diego and Law360

The FCC released its 400-page report (including 80 pages of dissents from the two Republican commissioners) in the network neutrality proceeding. Despite speculation that some of the rules might not have been revealed in the FCC's previous public statements, the order contains few surprises.

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"Net Neutrality Goes Into Effect: What Consumers Should Expect," Forbes

"What's Next for Network Neutrality," The Hill

"FCC Releases Net Neutrality Regulations; Opponents Expected to Sue," Los Angeles Times

"FCC Finally Makes Net Neutrality Rules Public," Newsweek

"Yes, Net Neutrality Passed...But It Might Not Happen," Newsweek

"The End of an Open, Free Internet?," UT San Diego

"A Few Surprises In FCC's New Net Neutrality Plan," Law360

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