U.S. Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Ban “Fast Lane” Internet

June 18, 2014

Several U.S. lawmakers introduced The Online Competition and Consumer Choice Act, legislation prohibiting Internet service providers from having “fast lane” Internet, according to PCWorld. The legislation would ban the providers from collecting fees from Websites for “preferential traffic handling,” the source reports. Full article.

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