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Verizon Files Federal Lawsuit Against FCC Over Net Neutrality

Cecilia Kang reporting in the Washington Post: "Just weeks after the Federal Communications Commission adopted its first-ever rules aimed at regulating Internet access, Verizon Communications on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit to overturn the controversial order. Verizon argues that the FCC does not have the legal authority to mandate how Internet service providers treat content on their networks."

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