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The future of net neutrality looks shakier in 2015

Laura Bradley | July 15, 2014
Right now, lobbying money is pouring into both sides of the net neutrality debate. But if the Republicans take Congress in the mid-term elections, that party's push to block regulation will likely prevail.

"Much like this great country, the Internet was founded on the principles of openness and competition," said Leahy. Just as our country has a Bill of Rights, Leahy says, "the Internet needs concrete, fundamental protections to ensure that it is not abused by those with the power to do so."


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