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Mozilla, Vimeo initiate net neutrality legal battle gainst US FCC

Internet services company Mozilla and video platform Vimeo have led a legal suit against the US FCC, against its decision to roll back net neutrality rules set by the Obama administration.

Wave of lawsuits filed against US FCC to block net neutrality repeal

The lawsuit filed against the US FCC, that seeks to roll back net neutrality rules set under former President Barack Obama, is set to begin from today.


European Union no haven of net neutrality, say critics

Even as the US FCC recalled its net neutrality rules, analysts say that the European Union isn't as supportive of a free internet as previously presumed.

What is net neutrality and why does it matter?

Given the impending vote by the US Federal Communications Commission on net neutrality, here is what the issue is all about.

US FCC to face legal fight from net neutrality advocates

As the US Federal Communications Commission prepares to vote for the rollback of the 2015 net neutrality rules, advocates against the decision are ready to take the regulator to court.

Net-neutrality claims by FCC's Ajit Pai leave out key context: Here's a fact check

As US FCC chief Ajit Pai raises the argument for a rollback of net neutrality rules introduced by former President Barack Obama, here's a check on claims made by Pai on the issue.


US FCC's Ajit Pai defends net neutrality rollback, calls Twitter politically biased

The Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai accused social media company Twitter Inc of being politically biased on Tuesday as he defended his plan to roll back rules intended to ensure a free and open internet.

Internet businesses ask US Federal Communications Commission to keep net neutrality rules

AirBnb, Reddit, Shutterstock, Inc, Tumblr, Etsy, Twitter and a long list of small internet companies urged the Federal Communications Commission on Monday to scrap a plan to roll back net neutrality rules.

Once FCC rolls back 'net neutrality' rules, what will follow?

As the FCC calls back net neutrality rules set under the Obama administration, the rollback could be exploited by internet service providers and telecom companies.

Net neutrality is fictional, irrespective of US FCC action

Big technology companies have a big space in private lives, such that their control of the internet cannot be greatly challenged.