What does the FCC's ruling against net neutrality mean for the average person?
A federal appeals court gave a mixed ruling on Internet access regulations yesterday. The DC Circuit Court affirmed that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has authority to create open-access rules.
Yesterday, a federal appeals court struck down protections for net neutrality. The FCC had these rules in place to ensure the Internet was free and open, and all data is treated equally.
But with this ruling, it could affect what you see and watch at home. To explain, we're joined by Brooks Boliek, Politico's technology reporter.