The FCC voted in December to repeal all meaningful net neutrality protections, undoing more than 15 years of FCC work and leaving startups vulnerable to the whims of ISPs like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon.
Those rules prohibited ISPs from blocking or slowing access to websites, apps and services, and prevented ISPs from charging access fees to sites to be in the fast lane or even simply to load for users.
For decades, net neutrality protections have kept the Internet a level playing field for startups. But soon, there will be no cop on the beat.
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