Mac Developer: House votes to undermine net neutrality rules, and ISPs cheer | Ars Technica
House votes to undermine net neutrality rules, and ISPs cheer | Ars TechnicaThe "No Rate Regulation of Broadband Internet Access Act" was ostensibly proposed to prevent the FCC from setting the rates charged by Internet providers. But the bill defines "rate regulation" so broadly that FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says it could prevent the commission from enforcing net neutrality rules against blocking and throttling.
Soon, the USA will be the most technologically-backwards country in the world when it comes to connectivity. Google Fiber notwithstanding.
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