After more than a decade of trying to protect an open internet, the FCC has finally started making the right moves. As FCC chairman Tom Wheeler announced, the commission will propose regulating internet providers under Title II of the Telecommunications Act, and establishing strong net neutrality protections. It's a very important victory for net neutrality advocates — but the war for an open internet isn't over yet.
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