The new rules for an Internet governed by principles of net neutrality were put into the Federal Register on Monday by the FCC. That means there is a 60-day window in which the 400-page order can be taken to court--which providers have already said they will do. The new rules approved by the FCC in January, and made public in March, would prevent providers (such as AT&T, Verizon, or Comcast) from blocking legal content, slowing down traffic, or to give preferential treatment in return for fees. The FCC did this by reclassifying Internet providers so they would be regulated like telephone companies.
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