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The Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality rules in place since 2015. Critics say the move will dismantle the "open internet" while proponents argue it will remove burdensome regulations on telecoms. Slate technology writer April Glaser joins CBSN to discuss what the future could be for net neutrality.
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