FCC moves ahead with plan that could give some content providers priority on Internet
In theory, current U.S. government policy allows for all information on the Internet to be given the same treatment by Internet service providers. But a controversial proposal on net neutrality was narrowly approved by the FCC on Thursday.
By Ed SilversteinMay 16, 2014
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