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Appeals court deals blow to Net neutrality

From The Wall Street Journal Digital Network:

A federal appeals court rules that the Federal Communications Commission exceeded its authority when it sanctioned Comcast Corp. in 2008 for deliberately slowing Internet traffic for some users. WSJ’s Julia Angwin discusses the significance of ruling and what it means for consumers.

What are you thoughts on this ruling about Net neutrality? Please share below! ◊
Ashley Schroeder is OWAA’s Publications Editor. Contact her at aschroeder@owaa.org.













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