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A Year Without Net Neutrality: No Big Changes (Yet)

Internet providers have refrained from blocking content or creating "fast lanes" while battles continue in the courts and among lawmakers.

It's been one year since the Federal Communications Commission voted to gut its net neutrality rules. The good news is that the internet isn't drastically different than it was before. But that's also the bad news: the 'net wasn't always so neutral to begin with.

As we predicted last year, broadband providers didn't make any drastic new moves to block or cripple the delivery of content after the FCC's order revoking its Obama-era net neutrality protections took effect in June. That makes perfect sense given the uncertain future of net neutrality protections.

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