Net neutrality, or more specifically the Trump FCC’s attempts to butcher it, are a hot topic lately. FCC chairman Ajit Pai has laid out a plan to roll back Obama-era net neutrality rules, and the public backlash has been intense.
Obviously, certain large telecoms companies are all in favor of gutting the Obama-era rules. But the companies that rely on the internet to make their products work — companies like Apple — have expressed a very different opinion.
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