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4 Things You May Have Missed At The Latest FCC Meeting

Law360, New York (December 18, 2017, 5:09 PM EST) -- The Federal Communications Commission pushed through a highly controversial vote at its December meeting on Thursday, rolling back Obama-era net neutrality protections amid outdoor protests and a security threat that briefly cleared the meeting room.

Although perhaps overshadowed by the closely watched vote on internet regulation, the agency passed several other substantive measures that are worth noting.

Here are four things you may have missed at the FCC’s action-packed December meeting.

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