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Why You Should Care About Net Neutrality

The FCC and Internet service providers are fighting for control over how you surf the Web.

What exactly is "net neutrality" and why does the FCC want to regulate the Internet?  
May 15, 2014

UPDATE: The Federal Communications Commission recently voted to move ahead with new regulations at their May meeting.

What is "net neutrality" and why does the FCC want to regulate the Internet? National Journal reporter Brendan Sasso explains how this issue affects you and why everyone is fighting about it.

 

 

National Journal's Presentation Center contributed to this report.

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