FCC set to vote on net neutrality rules this week
This Thursday, the FCC will vote on new rules about government regulation of the Internet. The issue is deeply complex and incredibly controversial.
Later this week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on new rules about government regulation of the Internet.
It's the culmination of years of debate among internet providers, tech companies and the FCC over net neutrality. And it's an issue that really gets people fired up— in the past year alone, the FCC received more than four million comments from the public on the subject.
Jon Brodkin, senior IT reporter with Ars Technica, joined Take Two to explain what the vote could mean for the future of the Internet.