US Court of Appeals rejects challenge to Obama net neutrality rules


A US appeals court on Tuesday upheld the US Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules unveiled last year. The decision may ultimately determine how consumers get access to content on the internet, Reuters said.

The decision of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is the latest battle over administration rules requiring broadband providers to treat all data equally, rather than giving or selling access to a web fast lane.

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