New Internet Regulations Kick In And...

If the whole "net neutrality" debate taught me anything, it was that fascinating scene of two sides using the same information to put forward two completely opposite arguments. Regardless, on June 12th the new regulations took affect, and there was no immediately noticeable effect; no tearing asunder, no cats and dogs living together, etc.
Open Internet activists counted down to this Friday. After years of advocacy and months of legal procedure, the federal government’s rules for strictly regulating the web took effect: The democracy of the Internet became enforceable, with the government ready to protect the principles of net neutrality and Internet service providers required to load every site at the same speed.
NYTimes

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