Full scope of Net Neutrality rules not yet released; FCC divided.
[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/12/xxrHfz.jpg[/newsimage]The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) met on Thursday to vote on Net Neutrality rules that outline provider disclosure practices, content blocking limitations, and anti-discrimination measures pertaining to network traffic.
While many sources are reporting correctly that the rules passed through the FCC with a 3-2 vote divided by political party lines, the thing that many news outlets don’t seem to be catching is that the complete details of the order have not yet been released by the FCC.
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