‘Net neutrality’ ruling will turn Internet into cable TV, critics say – Christian Science Monitor

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Christian Science Monitor
A federal court on Tuesday struck down “net neutrality” – a concept cherished by free-speech and consumer advocates – because of the way federal regulators redefined broadband Internet service more than a decade ago. Skip to next paragraph. Related
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