Net Neutrality Approved by FCC, 'Open Internet' for All
The Federal Communications Commission approved net neutrality by a 3-2 vote on Thursday ensuring "no one-whether government or corporate-should control free open access to the Internet." The Open Internet Order requires providers to act as neutral gateways as opposed to handling different types of Internet traffic in different ways at different costs. The open Internet will also apply to mobiles.
By Jordan Moses
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