The Federal Communications Comission (FCC) has unveiled its plans to roll back "net neutrality" regulations.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has announced a new proposal that would allow tech companies to create new experiences around cable TV. The goal would be to give customers more choice in how they watch TV.
The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 today to regulate broadband providers like telephone and cable utilities under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. The FCC will also enforce a set of net neutrality rules for those companies. The changes were first proposed earlier this month.
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