FCC releases net neutrality rules — all 313 pages of them

If you’ve run out of magazines and are looking for some quality bathroom reading, the Federal Communications Commission has released the full text of its net neutrality rules.

But if you want a paper copy, you may want to print out a copy before you leave work.

At 313 pages, the rules are anything but a short read. Add in statement from five commissioners and two GOP dissents, and it comes in at an even 400 pages.

The rules were approved two weeks ago with a 3-2 vote.

FCC net neutrality rules

h/t: The Hill

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