In DepthNet neutrality gets a kick in the pants from the White House, but will it make a difference to average US consumers?
Today's vote on net neutrality means that broadband companies may be able to charge extra for popular content.
UPDATEDThe FCC has proposed new rules for the open internet, and it may not be very open for everyone.
The FCC's latest proposal will let ISPs charge extra for internet 'fast lanes,' and Tom Wheeler is sidestepping concerns.
UPDATEDWe break down a federal court's ruling regarding ISPs and net neutrality, plus what it means for regular Joes.