NEW YORK, New York — The Republican-led FCC voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality protections. The vote was 3-2, along party lines. The FCC repealed Title II net neutrality regulations, making it legal for internet service providers to fracture the internet and charge more for the leftover pieces.
CNN Senior Technology Correspondent Laurie Segall breaks down the impact that overturning net neutrality regulations would have on entrepreneurs and what it means for the future of the Internet.
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