Network neutrality now rests in the hands of the FCC. I’m worried

In discarding out a huge chunk of the network neutrality rules that the Federal Communications Commission put into place in 2010, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington has thrown the way the Internet works into turmoil: Instead of treating all traffic flowing over their broadband pipes equally, internet service providers can now start making deals that could prioritize some content over other traffic. And based on the options facing the FCC and the FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s previous statements, I think there is a credible threat that a double-sided market for bandwidth will emerge.

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