FCC chairman sounds death knell for net neutrality

U.S. watchdog to vote on 14 December on Ajit Pai's proposal to return to light-touch regulation

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The countdown to the end of U.S. net neutrality rules officially began on Tuesday, after Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai confirmed that the regulator will hold a vote on 14 December on his proposal to scrap them. Pai has circulated a draft of his so-called "Restoring Internet Freedom Order" among his fellow commissioners, and will make it publicly available tomorrow. Under his proposal…

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