FCC won’t challenge net neutrality’s death, plans resurrection instead

Net neutrality is no more, but that doesn’t mean it’s dead.In January, a Washington appeals court struck down the first attempt at imposing net neutrality, saying that because Internet service providers aren’t classified as “common carriers,” the FCC couldn’t force ISPs to treat all web traffic equally. The Internet may be pipes, but they don’t have to be dumb pipes, essentially.Today, the FCC issued its response.

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