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Lawsuits to strengthen Net traffic rules possible

Public interest groups are keeping the option of lawsuits against the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on the table to fight for stronger Internet "neutrality" rules, an executive at a public interest law firm said Saturday. Full story

GOP looks to block FCC Internet rules

Republicans in the House of Representatives moved to block the Federal Communications Commission from enforcing new rules that prohibit broadband providers from interfering with Internet traffic on their networks. Full story

BT denies new Internet offer to create 2-tier Web

A new service from British telecoms provider BT that allows Internet service providers to pay for higher-quality video delivery will not create a two-tier Internet, BT said on Tuesday. Full story

FCC approves controversial net neutrality rules

   The New York Times' Brian Stelter explains the new rules for net neutrality passed by the FCC last week.

FCC Net Neutrality Ruling

   Looking at the biggest winners in today's FCC vote on Net Neutrality, with Porter Bibb, Mediatech Capital Partners, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

Net neutrality goes to a vote at the FCC

   Internet law expert Marvin Ammori explains what the FCC vote on net neutrality means for the Obama administration.

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Google maintains it stands by ‘Net neutrality’

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  Who Will Pay for the Internet?

Discussing net neutrality with Reed Hundt, a former FCC chairman.