After the FCC made its "Net Neutrality" rules public late last week, The New American began poring over the 400 pages of rules and comments in the document (officially entitled "Report and Order on Remand, Declaratory Ruling, and Order") in an effort to inform our readers about what is actually in it.

What we found affirms the statements by FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai that the rules are a threat to the future of the Internet and a danger to both liberty and a free market.

 

 

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