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25/04 10:10 CET

Proposed changes to ‘net neutrality’ rules have sparked debate in the US

Proposed changes to ‘net neutrality’ rules have sparked debate in the US

A new Internet traffic management proposal intending to allow big content providers to pay for ‘fast lanes’ for the delivery of their traffic to net users has sparked debate in the US. According to The Wall Street Journal, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is weighing…