FCC approves 'net neutrality' rules

[JURIST] The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) [official website] voted 3-2 Tuesday in favor of new rules to allow the government to regulate Internet traffic. The so-called net neutrality [JURIST news archive] rules, proposed [JURIST report] by FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski [official profile] earlier this month, would prevent Internet providers from selectively blocking web access. The regulations would require transparency of Internet broadband networks to help consumers make better decisions about services, preserve open access to all lawful Internet content and…

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