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Undoing Net Neutrality Could Affect Internet Users in Rural Areas

The FCC says undoing the regulation may help people in rural areas get better internet access. Opponents say they fear slower service and limited access to some websites.

The Federal Communication Commission has overturned its 2015 decision to prevent internet service providers from slowing speeds or charging more for certain content. Harvest Public Media’s Ben Kuebrich reports on how the vote on net neutrality could affect rural communities.


Harvest Public Media is a reporting collaboration focused on agricultural and rural issues throughout the Midwest.

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