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FCC announces net neutrality will officially end in April

(CitizensOutpost)  The FCC announced on Thursday that it will officially end net neutrality on April 23.  Official documents were filed in the Federal Register.

In December, the FCC voted 3-2 to overturn the Obama-era rules which prevented internet service providers from treating some content as more important than others.

One effect this repeal will have on the internet will be that edge providers such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter will no longer be able to hide from FTC investigations into violations of the First Amendment.  There have been numerous reports of censorship and shadow banning that have loomed over the shoulders of said providers.  Justice is coming.