Net neutrality rules finally published

Cue the lawsuits, the FCC’s new rules take effect Nov. 20

In a move that will almost assuredly spur a spate of legal challenges that will clog courtrooms almost as much as wireless Internet providers have been slowing down network connections, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) finally published its long-awaited and hotly debated rules for Internet traffic.

The “net neutrality” rules, which the FCC passed late last December, were published in the Federal Register last Friday. They will go into effect Nov. 20.

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