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FCC to Vote on Restoring Net Neutrality

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to vote this month on a proposal to restore rules intended to provide a national standard for broadband reliability, security, and consumer protection.

Set forth in a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPR) issued by the Commission in October 2023, the proposal for “safeguarding and securing the open Internet” would restore the Net Neutrality rules which originally came into effect in 2005. Over the next 13 years, the FCC’s authority to implement such rules was repeatedly challenged in federal courts. But the rules were ultimately withdrawn by the FCC in 2018 during the Trump administration.

Read the FCC’s Notice proposing the restoration of net neutrality rules.

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The FCC’s April Open Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 25thThe tentative agenda for that meeting, including the FCC’s vote on the proposal to restore net neutrality, is available.

Interested parties can live-stream the meeting at www.fcc.gov/live.

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