The Federal Communications Commission recently ruled to keep the internet open and accessible to all. So how did we get to this point, and why was the fight for net neutrality so controversial?
Surge in net-neutrality comments crashes FCC site; deadline extended
The Federal Communications Commission extended Tuesday’s deadline for public comments on its proposed net neutrality rules until Friday after a last-minute surge in submissions overwhelmed the agency’s website.
Court rules for Comcast over FCC in ‘net neutrality’ case
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Federal Communications Commission lacks the authority to force Internet service providers to keep their networks open to all forms of content, throwing into doubt the agency’s status as watchdog of the Web.
Editorial: No FCC fast lane on the Internet
IF Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is stepping away from his poorly received proposal for fast lanes on the Internet, it is not apparent.
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