US government plans to abolish net neutrality rules

A US federal agency responsible for regulating telecommunications is moving ahead with plans to abolish net neutrality rules. The rules prevent internet service providers from favouring one company over another.

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    A US federal agency responsible for regulating telecommunications is moving ahead with plans to abolish net neutrality rules.

    The rules prevent internet service providers from favouring one company over another.

    A change could have far-reaching implications for internet-based companies and consumers.

    Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds reports from Los Angeles.


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