US repeals net neutrality rules

Net neutrality rules protecting open internet access have been repealed by the US government.

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    Net neutrality rules protecting open internet access have been repealed by the US government.

    The changes could mean large corporations can pay internet service providers to prioritise their websites and even block their competitors.

    Al Jazeera’s Heidi-Zhou Castro reports from Washington, DC.


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