FCC ADOPTS RULES TO PREVENT AND ELIMINATE 'DIGITAL DISCRIMINATION'
In a party-line 3-2 vote, the Democratic-led Federal Communications Commission has voted to adopt new rules to prevent discrimination in the provision of broadband service — including pricing. The rules target both intentional and unintentional discriminatory actions and policies and FCC chair Jessica Rosenworcel pledged the agency would use all of its enforcement powers if a violation has occurred.
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