Released: December 20, 2017
Days after FCC repealed net neutrality rules GOP has a bill to replace them
Source: Brian Fung, Washington Post (Paid Registration)
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.) unveiled what she is calling the Open Internet Preservation Act. The bill restores two of the most important provisions of the FCC's net neutrality rules: a ban on the blocking of websites, as well as a ban on the slowing of websites.
But the bill omits a third plank of the FCC's 2015 net neutrality rules: The ban on “paid prioritization,” or the ability of Internet providers to speed up certain websites in exchange for money.
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