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Should access to the Internet be fair?

Or should those paying a higher price have access to better content and better quality of services? The net neutrality debate goes on, yet, in the US a Court rules against.

A.U.S. Appeals Court has thrown out ‘net neutrality’ , the rules that have forced broadband providers to treat internet content from different sources the same.That means no favoring one company or product over another. The rules, long touted by the Obama administration and put into effect in 2010, were designed to ensure everyone has the same ability to receive quality broadband service.

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