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Leading ISPs protest against FCC’s latest neutrality ideas

The fresh tactics employed this week in the fight for net neutrality in the US will likely make little difference in a complicated situation. Leading Internet players instigated a day of action, to protest the idea that the FCC is planning to remove Title II classification from its rulings and replace it with some kind of ISP voluntary code of terms and conditions. Others would prefer a new Act from Congress. But already, with ISPs zero-rating their own over-the-top services, and claiming they do not travel over the open Internet, we have seen a cart and horses driven through the existing Title II legislation, with an FCC unwilling to police it. At least four attempts by Congress to introduce neutrality…

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