International Business Times: Net Neutrality Vote: FCC Takes First Step To Undo Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal the classification of the internet as a public utility, taking the first step in rolling back the landmark decision adopted during the Obama administration.

The vote, which fell along party lines with Chairman Ajit Pai and fellow Republican Commissioner Michael O’Rielly voting in favor of the motion while lone Democratic Commissioner Mignon Clyburn opposing, does not immediately change the rules but begins the process to repeal rules set in place to protect net neutrality.

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