The U.S. Federal Communication Commission is planning on pushing forward with new net neutrality rules after its previous set of policies was shot down by a Federal Appeals Court. The new proposed rules won't, however, be as strict as some proponents have been hoping for.
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Net neutrality is a serious concern, and it sounds like the FCC may take a path that doesn't do much to protect the Internet as we know it. If that's true, we'll most likely see companies like Netflix forced into paying carriers like Verizon fees under the guise of voluntary agreements to avoid throttled bandwidth.