FCC Affirms Decision to Scrap Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules


As expected, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 Tuesday to affirm its 2017 repeal of the Obama-era net neutrality rules.

The move comes around one year after a federal appellate court largely upheld the repeal, but directed the agency to consider the impact of the repeal on three issues -- whether it affects public safety, the Lifeline program (which subsidizes broadband) and regulations regarding utility poles.

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