On Tuesday, the
"We're disappointed that the court came to this conclusion. Its ruling means that Internet users will be pitted against the biggest phone and cable companies -- and in the absence of any oversight, these companies can now block and discriminate against their customers' communications at will.
"The compromised Open Internet Order struck down today left much to be desired, but it was a step toward maintaining Internet users' freedom to go where they wanted, when they wanted, and communicate freely online. Now, just as
"The FCC -- under the leadership of former Chairman
"New FCC Chairman
"We look forward to working with Chairman Wheeler and the rest of the Commission to protect and preserve real Net Neutrality."
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