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Before Tuesday's midterm elections, there were 95 House and Senate candidates who pledged support for Net neutrality, a bill that would force Internet providers to not charge users more for certain kinds of Web content. All of them lost -- and that could mean the contentious proposal may now be all but dead.
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from MilesCarter 2754 Days ago #
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This seems like a real shame.

Surely there's no way that defeat of this legislation could end up in a result anything other than a worse experience for net users and more money in the pockets of government-lobbying corporations.

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