The FCC began the process of killing net neutrality rules in a 2-1 vote, allowing for a review of rules passed in 2015 that placed cable and telecom companies under stricter FCC oversight. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says the regulations stifle business innovation, kill jobs and are entirely unnecessary. Net neutrality advocates say the rules are necessary to preserve an open Internet; companies shouldn't be able to pick winners and choosers. What do you think? 🌐
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