Politics & Government

May 15, 2014 4:23 AM

Outbreak of protest as FCC plans net neutrality vote

Silicon Valley once cheered the election of President Barack Obama, comforted by his stance that Internet service providers should be banned from charging Web sites like Facebook or Netflix for faster access to American homes. And for much of the last six years, tech firms felt shielded from the possibility that the Internet would ever have slow and fast lanes for traffic.

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