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EFF slams AT&T, says company’s Internet Bill of Rights is ‘hypocritical arrogance’

Internet service providers might have won the battle within the FCC to strike down net neutrality rules, but it came at the cost of public opinion. Telecoms providers dominate this year's list of most-hated companies, and net neutrality provisions are now exceptionally popular among Republicans and Democrats alike. So rather than challenge the idea that net neutrality = good, internet providers are trying a bold and very different strategy: gaslighting consumers into thinking they've been fans of net neutrality all along.
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