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FCC votes on net neutrality

The FCC advanced a "net neutrality" proposal which would allow Internet providers to change the speed and reliability of its service for a website if the content provider pays a fee. The proposal has spurred major protests, who feel the proposal would allow Internet providers to discriminate against legal content. Brian Fung, tech policy reporter for the Washington Post, joins us to talk about the proposal and the protests surrounding it.

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