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Report: FCC Weighing Plan to Scrap Net Neutrality Rules in December

The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday will unveil a plan to revoke net neutrality regulations, Politico reports. The commission’s chair, Ajit Pai, will reportedly introduce a plan to gut Obama-era regulations that prevented internet service providers from slowing or blocking certain web traffic, or paying to put their preferred web content in a so-called fast lane. The Republican-led FCC will vote on the still-secret plan in December, Politico reports.