It’s on: Google, Facebook, Amazon and more slam the FCC’s plan for Internet ‘fast lanes’

Originally posted on BGR:

The Federal Communications Commission’s plan to allow for Internet “fast lanes” has just run into another major roadblock. In a letter sent to the FCC , several tech heavyweights slammed its reported plans to let ISPs charge Internet companies more money in exchange for ensuring a faster delivery of their traffic. Among the many huge names to sign the letter were Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix , Dropbox and Yahoo.

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