Many members of the public called for continuing net neutrality and forbidding companies to pay for faster lanes on the Internet. Demonstrator Margaret Flowers showed her support of net neutrality last year outside the Federal Communications Commission headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Many members of the public called for continuing net neutrality and forbidding companies to pay for faster lanes on the Internet. Demonstrator Margaret Flowers showed her support of net neutrality last year outside the Federal Communications Commission headquarters in Washington, D.C. File photo by Andrew Harrer Bloomberg News
Many members of the public called for continuing net neutrality and forbidding companies to pay for faster lanes on the Internet. Demonstrator Margaret Flowers showed her support of net neutrality last year outside the Federal Communications Commission headquarters in Washington, D.C. File photo by Andrew Harrer Bloomberg News

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