(Telecompaper) An appeals court has largely upheld the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality laws but has also vacated a rule that bars states from passing their own. The District of Columbia Court of Appeals said the FCC had authority to reclassify internet service providers as “information services” rather than “common carriers” but ordered the agency to review some of the main aspects of its 2017 repeal of internet regulation passed under the Obama presidency that barred internet service providers from blocking or throttling traffic.


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