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AT&T says it supports net neutrality and won’t create internet ‘fast lanes’ — while pushing for the right to do just that...
In response to a consumer protest urging Congress to reinstate net neutrality rules, AT&T says it supports them too. But it still wants to prioritize some data.
Democratic senators are pushing for a vote to restore net neutrality protections under the Congressional Review Act. Then it goes before the House.
Thirty senators — enough to force a floor vote in the Senate — support a resolution to nullify the FCC's vote to eliminate its net-neutrality rules.
Tech companies like Etsy, Kickstarter, and Foursquare have banded together to sue the FCC over its decision to roll back net neutrality rules.
I think people have been speaking with excessive confidence about what will happen as a result of the FCC's decision to roll back network neutrality rules.
The tech world reacted to the FCC's Thursday decision to repeal net neutrality with disappointment and vowed to continue the fight to keep the Internet open.
Democrats warn: ‘There is going to be a political price to pay for taking net neutrality away from the American people’
The FCC finalized the rollback of the Obama administration's "net neutrality" effort, while incensed protesters and Democratic lawmakers demonstrated outside.
The FCC voted to scrap a 2015 rule that prevented broadband providers from blocking, slowing or giving preferential treatment to certain web services.
Three-fourths of Republican voters say they support net neutrality — and party lawmakers are starting to speak out against repealing it
Republican Rep. Mike Coffman of Colorado and other members of Congress are expressing support for net neutrality and asking the FCC to preserve the protections.
John Oliver looks at the latest attempt to put the shackles on a free and open internet, which has made net neutrality precarious.