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FCC rethinks its take on net neutrality

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Tech Yeah! Another look at net neutrality

Regulators are declining to consider broadband Internet access a public utility but do plan to look at new ways to work with Web service providers to protect users.

If access were considered a utility, broadband fees would remain affordable to consumers, said CNET Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Turrentine.

The Federal Communications Commission said it doesn't intend to go that far but will consider how it could implement nondiscrimination regulations that protect consumers, according to a .

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