Making Net Neutrality A Thing Of The Past

Anyone who has followed the hyperbolic debate about net neutrality has likely heard that the Federal Communications Commission is moving to “squelch competition,” “limit consumer choice,” “raise prices,” and perhaps even “destroy the internet.”

At least, that is what some activists and crusading late-night comedians claim.

But none of this is true.

Rather, what the FCC did two weeks ago was vote to reconsider the agency’s barely 2-year-old decision to begin regulating the internet, for the first time ever, under Title II of the 1934 Communications Act.

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