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Verizon may have won its battle on net neutrality, but the war is far from over. Federal Communications Chairman Tom Wheeler said this week that he will outline his agency’s next steps within the coming days. Net neutrality refers to a service provider’s requirement to treat all network traffic the same — same pricing from the network operator and same delivery speeds. Last month a federal appeals court overturned those rules, because of the way the agency had classified wireless carriers and Internet service providers. But the court did concede that the FCC has authority to enforce a regulation called the Open Internet Order. Now it looks like Wheeler is ready to follow up. You can read more of his comments at www.rcrwireless.com and we will keep you posted as this story develops.
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