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Opponents Of FCC's Move To Override Net Neutrality Say It Impacts Ability To Enter Tech

The FCC voted 3 to 2 today to deregulate the internet, overriding rules put in place in 2015. Opponents of that move say big internet providers will now charge fees for some websites and apps to have a presence online. But supporters of deregulation argued the rules were slowing down the growth of high speed internet.

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