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Why The FCC’s Free-Market Argument For Repealing Net Neutrality Doesn’t Hold Up

In making the case that most Americans have multiple, competing broadband providers, the government acknowledges that up to almost 50 percent of them do not. On December 14, the Republican-majority FCC will likely vote to dismantle regulations that enforce internet neutrality safeguards–such as preventing ISPs from blocking or slowing access to some sites and services or charging extra to improve access to others.
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