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What will the Web look like without net neutrality?
Net neutrality is dead, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday, invalidating Federal Communications Commission rules requiring Internet service providers to treat all traffic equally.
So-called net neutrality principles stipulate that telecoms can't block, stifle or discriminate against traffic. But the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, which sided with Verizon Communications Inc.'s challenge of the FCC rules, said the commission can't regulate Internet service providers like it does phone companies. That means ISPs are now free to make deals with some services, like Netflix and Amazon, to provide faster service.
The ruling, if it stands, may have consequences for everyone who uses the Internet. The FCC has said it may appeal.
Here are some of the ways experts said the Internet may change without net neutrality. This is the Internet of the future -- Web 3.0, you could say, the next evolution of the Internet from its founding and the interactive Web 2.0 of today.
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