The Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of "net neutrality" on December 21. The policy seeks to ensure that consumers and innovators do not have to seek permission from Internet service providers before launching new technologies, starting businesses, connecting with friends, or sharing views online.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is set to propose rules that would prevent Web and wireless carriers from blocking Internet applications, a concept known as net neutrality.
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