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Comcast memory-holed its promise to not charge for priority “fast lanes” for Internet sites and services when the FCC announced plans to repeal net neutrality.
Using the Wayback Machine, Ars Technica showed the changing of a pledge that was originally posted to Comcast’s page about net neutrality in 2014 with promises to not “prioritize Internet traffic or create paid fast lanes” for certain users or services. The pledge was available to view until April 26 of this year, the same day FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced plans to repeal net neutrality.
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Comcast also eliminated all mention of its low-income “internet essentials” service, which the government required the ISP to create as a condition of their NBCUniversal buyout.
Now, Comcast’s net neutrality page makes no promises about future action the...
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