by Tom Huddleston, Jr.
The Federal Communication Commission voted Thursdayto enact new net neutrality rules that give the commission oversight of the Internet in an effort to ensure a level playing field on the web.
But if anyone needed proof that the debate over net neutrality and government regulation of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) is far from over, they needed only to look at the wide range of responses to the FCC’s Thursday vote. Companies, industry groups, politicians and even the White House weighed in with their (differing) views on the new FCC rules and where things should go from here.
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