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In victory for Obama, court backs strict Internet regulation

In victory for Obama, court backs strict Internet regulation

Federal regulators can strictly oversee the Internet to ensure that content flows freely to consumers, a court ruled Tuesday in a major victory for President Obama and other supporters of the long-pursued concept of net neutrality.

In a 2-1 decision, a panel of judges of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit dismissed arguments by AT&T Inc., other telecom companies and industry trade groups that the Federal Communications Commission exceeded its authority in approving the regulations last year.

The FCC was responding to fears that broadband providers might charge more money for faster delivery of content passing through their networks...

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