1.WHAT IS NET NEUTRALITY, AND WHAT ARE THE NEW RULES?
So-called net neutrality is the principle that Internet providers treat all Web traffic equally, and it's how the Internet works today. The FCC enacted rules that protect that, to make sure cable and phone companies don't manipulate traffic: They can't create special fast lanes for some content, like video from YouTube, or intentionally block or slow Web traffic. Many Internet providers say they don't plan to do those things, but the FCC worried that they could. (Reuters)