States can set own net neutrality rules, court says

States can set own net neutrality rules, court says

A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the federal government cannot block states from passing their own net neutrality laws, while largely upholding the 2017 repeal of landmark rules barring providers from blocking or throttling traffic. The decision could subject internet providers to a variety of state regulations on internet traffic.

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Dawlben
Dawlben 7 months

What you needed is more choices. How many major ISPs in any given area?

Tim Baker
Tim Baker 7 months

Can we fire Ajit Pai out of a cannon and into a wall

Paxton Deer
Paxton Deer 7 months

We don't have emissions checks here in Ohio. I enjoy my modified cars. Seems synonymous.

Rhokanth
Rhokanth 7 months

They need to Trust Bust Frontier & Xfinity. They split then country up in half and set whatever price they want. Most people only get 1 internet option.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 7 months

Another Trump corporate puppet appointee gets over turned. This was done with Trump's prodding.

Nicholas Noel
Nicholas Noel 7 months

NYC, California make it a $250,000 fine to type words like "man, criminal, black, illegal immigrant"

Jermaine
Jermaine 7 months

This shill’s plan back fired and Balkanized internets regulation for ISPs.

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