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It seems that with every passing administration, the issue of Net Neutrality pops back up.

You’re enjoying your weekend java, wanting to learn what happened at last week’s school board meeting. Your local newspaper doesn’t cover that beat, but a local blogger does a good job, so you try to pull his site up on your laptop. Meanwhile, your 5-year-old opens up “Sesame Street” on her iPad, and on his, your teenage son is bringing up “Spider-Man” on Netflix. You instantly hear the sounds of “Spider-Man,” but your daughter is getting impatient, as her show hasn’t yet appeared. In another minute, the “Sesame Street” theme song finally plays, but your school board blog still isn’t up. You get another cup of coffee and wait. And wait. And wait. Finally, the site fills your screen.

 
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has promised a new net neutrality plan.

Net neutrality: Behind the telecom price war

 
In a monumental court case with far-reaching consequences, Verizon (ticker: VZ) successfully challenged the Federal Communications Commission's rules on Internet fairness. Before I get to why this is awesome for the company and horrible for the Internet, here's everything you need to know about "net neutrality."

FCC To Investigate Cell Phone Unlocking Ban

Following an online uproar over a law banning the unlocking of cell phones, the Federal Communications Commission will investigate whether the ban is harmful to economic competitiveness and if the executive branch has any authority to change the law.