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FCC won't appeal 'neutrality' ruling, instead will draft new Internet rules

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The Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday it won't appeal a court decision that struck down broadband Internet rules known as net neutrality and instead will draft a new set of regulations to ensure open access to the Web. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said Wednesday his agency will write new rules barring Internet providers like Verizon or Time Warner from prioritizing its content and...

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