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Tech firms are starting to speak up against the FCC's plan to kill net neutrality

Entertainment (now)
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In December the FCC is voting to decide whether to end Net Neutrality. The principle of the regulations in place is that all data must be treated equally and companies can not charge for preferential access. Some of America’s biggest tech firms spoke up today against the proposal announced by the FCC. Google responded to the decision by saying “The FCC’s net neutrality rules are working well for consumers and we’re disappointed in the proposal announced today.

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