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People were visibly confused and upset.

Burger King pranked customers to explain net neutrality — here’s what the repeal could really mean for your internet bill

A repeal of net-neutrality rules means you could be charged extra money to access websites and apps like Netflix or Spotify.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.

The FCC repealed net neutrality — here’s what that means for you

The repeal of the net neutrality rules would allow broadband providers to block or slow access to particular sites — and to create fast lanes for others.

If Net Nonneutrality turns into disaster, we can reverse it

I think people have been speaking with excessive confidence about what will happen as a result of the FCC's decision to roll back network neutrality rules.
FCC chairman Ajit Pai.

FCC votes 3-2 to repeal net neutrality

The FCC voted to scrap a 2015 rule that prevented broadband providers from blocking, slowing or giving preferential treatment to certain web services.
Reddit CEO Steve Huffman

Reddit and its users are ratcheting up their opposition to the FCC’s imminent repeal of its net neutrality rules

Reddit users named congressional opponents of net neutrality and posted how much they'd received in campaign donations from the telecommunications industry.