An anonymous reader writes: The Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules will go into effect Friday after a court decided not to block them. The ruling is an early win for the FCC, whose assertion of enforcement authority over ISP’s is being challenged in court by cable and wireless industry groups. Techdirt reports: “According to the court order (pdf), broadband providers failed to provide ‘the stringent requirements for a stay pending court review,’ meaning that the FCC’s new net neutrality rules will remain in place for the duration of the ISPs assault on the FCC. While the courts have promised to expedite it, a resolution to the case could still take more than a year. FCC boss Tom Wheeler was quick to take to the FCC website to applaud the ruling.”
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