FCC Votes to End ‘Net Neutrality’

The Federal Communications Commission has voted to undo Obama-era “net neutrality” rules, which guaranteed equal access to internet.

The FCC voted along party lines 3-2 to put an end to net neutrality.

The old rule barred companies like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon from playing favorites with internet sites and apps.

The new rules could clear the way for big changes in how Americans use the internet.

Those who support net neutrality are planning legal challenges to the FCC’s decision.