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Today the FCC voted to classify broadband internet as a public utility, scoring a landmark victory for net neutrality advocates. The Washington Post’s Phillip Bump explains why “Net Neutrality” trumped the GOP’s “Obamacare for the Internet,” and Common Dreams’s Rashad Robinson calls it “civil rights history in the making.” Republicans are already warning of a U.N. takeover of the internet, while AT&T concern trolled about litigation (because they plan to sue). Did you join the net neutrality party featuring two llamas and the entire internet?

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