FCC Votes To Enact Stronger Net Neutrality Protections
The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to regulate ISPs under new rules that favor net neutrality.By Evan Thomas | February 26, 2015
Thursday the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 along party lines to grant Internet traffic stronger protections.
“All in favor say aye. Opposed? The Ayes Have It,” FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said at Wednesday’s vote. (Video via C-SPAN)
The FCC has stopped short of classifying the Internet as a utility or regulating rates Internet service providers, or ISPs, have to charge.