Net neutrality comes to an end
Net neutrality comes to an end. Media outlets are raising the alarm about the repeal of net neutrality, which took effect on Monday, as it marked 60 days since the rollback was published in the U.S. Federal Register.
However, key parts of the proposal - like declassifying ISPs as public utilities - don't go into effect until a vote by the Office of Management and Budget, which is likely to take place in the next few weeks. Read more here.
Media outlets are raising the caution about the annulment of internet fairness, which produced results on Monday, as it stamped 60 days since the rollback was distributed in the U.S. Government Register.
Be that as it may, key parts of the proposition - like declassifying ISPs as open utilities - don't go live until a vote by the Office of Management and Budget, which is probably going to occur in the following couple of weeks.
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