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Net neutrality compromised by potential regulations

Until January of this year, net neutrality regulations mandated that all Internet traffic be treated equally, but those rules were struck down by a U.S. court. The latest news from the FCC has internet freedom advocates up in arms and media company eager to capitalize on the changes. Is the internet about to get a fast lane for those who can pony up the extra dough? Amy Schatz of Re/Code and Jason Abbruzzese of Mashable join us to talk about the new proposal from the FCC and what it will mean for net neutrality.

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