BOMB THREAT JOLTS FCC AS INTERNET RULES ROLLED BACK Regulators abolish 'net neutrality' rules in heated hearing that was stopped because of a BOMB threat as protesters rallied outside | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


BOMB THREAT JOLTS FCC AS INTERNET RULES ROLLED BACK Regulators abolish 'net neutrality' rules in heated hearing that was stopped because of a BOMB threat as protesters rallied outside

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines on Thursday to repeal landmark 2015 rules that intended to ensure a free and open Internet, as protesters gather to oppose the change.

The 3-2 ruling sets up a court fight over a move that opponents fear will recast the digital landscape.

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