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Obama backs tough net neutrality rules, says 'no' to Internet slow lanes

Jared Newman | Nov. 11, 2014
The Internet shouldn't be split into "fast lanes" and "slow lanes," according to President Barack Obama, who's come out in favor of reclassifying broadband as a phone-like utility.

Still, those provisions seem unlikely to pacify ISPs. While the FCC hasn't even commented yet on Obama's statement, Verizon is already threatening to sue.


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