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The Hill

Opinion: Net neutrality safeguards democracy, the economy and national security
The Mercury News
The Federal Communications Commission proposes to adopt an order this week that allows Internet Service Providers (ISPs), the gateways to the internet, to sell priority access, even if doing so slows other internet users. In 2015, the FCC banned ISP ...
Ajit Pai offers no data for latest claim that net neutrality hurt small ISPsArs Technica
FCC chairman says social media platforms lack transparency in how they restrict conservative contentWashington Post
Connecticut ISPs Support Net Neutrality ChangesGovernment Technology
Freedom to Tinker -The Hill -Wicked Local Norwell
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AV Club

Enjoy a look at the parallel "alt-right" internet, which is a giant fucking trainwreck
AV Club
It's also difficult for alt-right sites to attract web development talent (there aren't a lot of public investors lining up to pitch in money) or find service providers willing to work with them. Basically, all the usual difficulties of being a tech ...

FCC prepares to hand over oversight of internet service providers to the FTC
FILE - This June 19, 2015, file photo, shows the Federal Communications Commission building in Washington. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is following through on his pledge to repeal 2015 regulations designed to ensure that ...
More than 100 Million Americans Can Only Get Internet Service from Companies That Have Violated Net NeutralityMotherboard
Congress should block FCC's net neutrality vote, Internet experts sayUSA TODAY
Pay extra to post on Facebook? Come Thursday it could happen.Williamsburg Yorktown Daily
WGLT News -BBC News -HuffPost -Battle for the Net
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