The Net Neutrality Debate

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A funeral flower arrangement is set up outside the Federal Communication Commission building during protest against the end of net neutrality rules December 14, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

John Williams makes sense of the Net Neutrality debate after the FCC vote by talking to two people with two different opinions on the matter. The first is Peter VanDoren from CATO who is for the FCC voting on removing Neutrality regulations today. The second is Amy Glaser from Slate who thinks that the Internet needs to remain Neutral and disagrees with the FCC ruling.

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