By a 3-2 vote, the Federal Communications Commission has approved the net neutrality policy, meaning corporations or government agencies will not be allowed to control Internet speeds by forcing content providers—and in effect, consumers—to pay additional fees to access the web. The authority granted to the FCC through the policy means it can formally prohibit “paid prioritization” that could make content providers pay the extra fees to deliver their sites to consumerisms. Before the vote, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler explained, “The Internet is simply too important to allow broadband providers to be the ones making the rules” …

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