Net neutrality will end on June 11

The Federal Communications Commission said the 2015 net-neutrality regulations will cease on June 11, Reuters reports. Despite opposition from tech companies, startups and consumer groups, the Republican-controlled FCC argued that the repeal will spur investment by telecoms. Those opposed say the move will give internet providers too much control over how online content is delivered. Some states are now pursuing their own net-neutrality laws.

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