Tuesday, April 06, 2010


Net Neutrality suffers a blow as appeals court rules against FCC in Comcast case

by Larry Geller

Your file sharing, video watching, or other activities might slow down if ISPs are allowed to decide what services you will get and how fast they will carry the data.

Hopes that net neutrality would protect users against monopolistic cable companies took a hit today as an appeals court ruled against the Federal Communications Commission in the closely-watch Comcast case.

Read about it in A Blow To Net Neutrality: FCC Loses Appeal to Comcast (readwriteweb.com, 4/6/2010).

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