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Monday, February 27, 2017
FCC Votes to Regulate Internet as Utility

The Federal Communications Commission Feb. 26 voted 3-2, largely along political party lines, in favor of reclassifying the Internet as a utility. The ruling now makes all wireline and wireless Internet access subject to regulation under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. More importantly, it prohibits Internet Service Providers from interfering with third-party content distribution through throttling or tiered access.

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FCC Net Vote Fallout: Uncertainty, Litigation

Net neutrality proponents may laud the Federal Communications Commission’s Feb. 26 vote in favor of reclassifying the Internet as a telecommunications utility, but the aftermath is anything but rosy or clear.

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Barnes & Noble Keeping Nook, including Nook Video

Barnes & Noble Feb. 26 announced it would separate its education and retail units into standalone publicly held businesses. In addition, Barnes & Noble said it would sell its college textbook business while retaining its Nook Digital Business, according to a regulatory filing.

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Racing Game Offers 'Fast & Furious' Expansion

Starting March 27, users of Xbox One and Xbox 360 can download 'Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious,' a tie-in to Universal Pictures' April 3 theatrical release of 'Furious 7.'

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