FCC Chairman Pai says that getting rid of net neutrality was a boon to U.S. wireless subscribers

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Net neutrality is the Obama-era rule that prevents wireless carriers and ISPs from treating certain streams of content differently than other streams of content. In other words, let’s say that a company that streams movies approaches a wireless provider and promises to pay it some extra money for a faster “highway” to the carrier’s customers. Under net neutrality, this type of deal would not be allowed. The rule also prevents a carrier from blocking the dissemination of a message being sent by a subscriber to other subscribers because it is philosophically opposed to what is being said. In …
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