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Killing Net Neutrality Was Even Worse Than You Think

The FCC’s controversial move didn’t just kill rules for an open internet — it opened the door to broadband monopolies ripping consumers off with relative impunity

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WWhen most people think about last year’s controversial repeal of net neutrality, they likely assume that…




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Karl Bode

Karl Bode

Seattle-based freelance writer with a focus on tech, tech policy, and consumer rights.

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