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Computers: Internet Neutrality #1118602

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 10, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jo Ling Kent) The threat of "net neutrality" for Internet use examined; details given about phone provider deals redirecting business calls. [Business couple Joe & Laura VITALE‡- worry.] ["Washington Post" reporter Brian FUNG†- says the FCC is voting to change net neutrality rules forcing customers to pay extra.] What FCC commissioner Ajit Pai† wants to do with Obama-era regulations noted. [USTelecom CEO Jonathan SPALTER†- downplays rules changes.] [FCC commissioner Jessica ROSENWORCEL††- questions changes.]

Snow, Kate;
Kent, Jo Ling

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