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President may veto proposal to overturn net neutrality rules

The White House announced its threat yesterday

The White House announced on Tuesday that is may veto a proposal to overturn the government’s highly controversial net neutrality regulations, which are set to go into effect Nov. 20.

The rules, which the Federal communications Commission (FCC) passed in December 2010, were published in the Federal Register on Sept. 23. In its final rules, the FCC included three basic protections: transparency, no blocking and no unreasonable discrimination.


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