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US Congress votes for net neutrality


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A US bill that seeks to prevent broadband providers from offering an exclusive high-speed lane for video and other services has taken a step closer to becoming law.

By a 20-13 vote on Thursday that partially followed party lines, the Judiciary Committee of the US House of Representatives approved a bill that would require broadband providers to abide by strict net neutrality principles, meaning that their networks must be operated in a "nondiscriminatory" manner.

http://uk.news.yahoo...neutrality.html
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