FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules in Victory for Open-Internet Activists

3-2 was the vote.

After more than a year of heated public debate, the Federal Communications Commission has just approved classification of the Internet as a public utility.

In a 3 to 2 vote, the FCC moved to ban paid prioritization. The new classification means Internet service providers won’t be able to create fast lanes — a range of tiered pricing options for services based on bandwidth consumption and connection speed.

During his speech Chairman Tom Wheeler came out emphatically in support for the proposal and against the comments of the ruling’s nay-saying opponents. 

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