The Fight Over Net Neutrality Goes to the Inner City

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By Justin Horwath, TIME

“It’s not often that the faces behind the federal government show up at places like South High School in the Corcoran neighborhood of Minneapolis, one of the city’s poorest and most racially diverse sections. Especially to talk about the Internet, of all things. But this is where the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) held its first public hearing on Net neutrality, the idea that all legal online data should be treated equally by service providers.”

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