Net neutrality

Originally coined by law professor Tim Wu, net neutrality is the idea that Internet service providers should treat all data that passes through their systems the same, regardless of its origin or content. It prohibits ISPs from practices like paid prioritization. The Federal Communications Commission imposed net neutrality as official U.S. policy in 2015.
Trump FCC Chairman Ajit Pai debuts plan to expand broadband
Pai is expected to take the FCC is a stark new direction.
New FCC chairman takes first steps to weaken net neutrality
Trump's pick for FCC chair isn't wasting any time.
Trump's FCC chairman nominee Ajit Pai wants to end net neutrality
He wants to 'fire up the weed whacker' apparently.
FCC takes one last swing at AT&T before Republicans kill net neutrality
Internet freedom hangs in the balance.
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Early signs point to big changes for net neutrality.
The Internet Archive is headed to Canada to escape Trump
The Internet Archive would rather be safe than sorry.