Mozilla, Reddit, and Vimeo urge FCC to bring back net neutrality

Mozilla, Reddit, and Vimeo urge FCC to bring back net neutrality


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Tech companies like Mozilla, Reddit, and Vimeo called on the Federal Communications Commission Friday to reinstate the net neutrality rules repealed by the Trump administration.

In a letter to FCC Acting Chair Jessica Rosenworcel on Friday, internet companies Dropbox, Eventbrite, Reddit, Wikimedia, and Vimeo joined onto a letter led by Mozilla urging the agency to immediately bring back net neutrality once a third Democrat to the commission, nominated by President Joe Biden, is confirmed.

“By using its authority to restore net neutrality at the federal level, the FCC can help protect families and businesses across the country that rely on high-speed broadband access…

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