Verizon Sues FCC

The Washington Post reports that Verizon is suing the FCC contending that the net neutrality rules limiting the restrictions providers can impose are too restrictive. The object to the expectation that providers cannot control content.

For example, the rules prevent wireless operators from blocking Internet voice applications, such as Vonage and Skype.

So part of the profit from those cell phone and mifi data plan bills you pay are being used to propose that your service provider can have a say in what content you use these devices to access.

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