Law360 (May 29, 2018, 5:21 PM EDT) -- In the wake of the Federal Communications Commission's decision to undo Obama-era net neutrality rules, it's become apparent that the change-up is poised to affect more than just tech firms, landing the issue on the radar of many general counsel.
Although the effects of the deregulation remain to be seen, companies are scrambling to figure out what an era without strict net neutrality rules means for their bottom lines and for their customers.
The FCC voted in December to dismantle a set of rules requiring internet service providers to treat all online traffic equally and deliver it without interference. Starting June...
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