US regulators have decided to revoke "net neutrality" rules that force internet providers to treat all traffic equally. Critics say it's a death sentence for the free and fair internet.
The US and EU are changing the internet but — toward polar opposite ends. The United States has buried landmark net neutrality laws. Lindsey Rae Gjording reports from New York.
Democrats called it a "defining vote" despite facing an uphill battle in the House and against the president. The effort seeks to restore laws that stopped internet companies from privileging certain websites.
The US's telecom regulator has announced plans to scrap "net neutrality" rules that bar internet service providers from influencing the content viewed by their customers. Critics warn the move will stifle competition.
The US telecom regulator voted to undo net neutrality rules that force internet service providers to apply the same standards to all data they transmit. Companies will be able to decide how consumers access the internet.
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