In a victory for big telephone companies, a federal appeals court has upheld a ruling by the Federal Communications Commission that effectively deregulated high-speed Internet access service provided over traditional telephone lines.
In its September 2005 ruling, the FCC relieved telephone companies of decades-old regulations that required them to grant competing Internet service providers “nondiscriminatory” access to their wirelines in order to reach consumers.
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