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Fresh off the gutting of net neutrality rules by the Federal Communications Commission, Republicans in Congress are working on a bill that would allow internet providers to create fast lanes, according to a source that has seen a synopsis of the bill.
The FCC previously had strong net neutrality regulations put in place under the Barack Obama administration. Under the Donald Trump administration, the FCC voted on Thursday to undo those rules and effectively remove the FCC from regulating internet providers. Read more... More about Net Neutrality , Tech , and Activism