The Federal Communications Commission announced that USA net neutrality rules will expire on June 11, meaning that new regulations on how consumers can access the internet will take effect will change. The FCC back in December 2017 annulled the open-internet rules set in 2015. The open-internet rules set in 2015 bars service providers from blocking or slowing down access to content or charging consumers more for certain content. However, the new rules set by FCC requires the internet service providers whether it will block or ask to pay extra to access the content. However,  Comcast Corp, Verizon Communications Inc, and AT&T Inc promised not to discriminate against legal content after the net neutrality rules expire. Furthermore, a group of 22 states led by New York and others have sued with an aim to block the new rules from taking effect and the Senate voting may take as early as next week to reject the December repeal. These rules make the internet service providers put their profits before the consumers they serve and some internet service providers have already clarified that might eventually offer paid fast lanes for some future internet traffic. Ajit Pai said that internet providers were given 30 days to comply with the new transparency rules so that everyone ...

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