A sharply-divided Federal Communications Commission today passed net neutrality rules, but may have a difficult time defending its actions in court.

The new rules prevent broadband service providers from blocking legal content, services or applications, and from discriminating “unreasonably” against traffic on their networks. For mobile broadband, which the FCC said is in an earlier stage of development, the rules are not as strict.

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