By Jenna Ebersole (November 9, 2016, 2:36 AM EST) -- Donald Trump's presidential victory has put the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules on shaky ground, with experts saying they expect a Republican push to undo the Obama-era move.
Trump has expressed opposition to the rules, which despite their stamp of approval from a D.C. Circuit panel remain agency-level policy and could be overturned. That could take a long time to play out fully, experts said, but Trump's victory puts the Open Internet Order and its reclassification of broadband internet service as a telecommunications service in limbo.
"It would be a lot easier to repeal net neutrality than it would to...
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