US Supreme Court ends fight over net neutrality rules

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The United States Supreme Court has put a halt to renewed efforts to lift internet neutrality, by declining to take up the matter on Monday. It meant a formal end to the legal fight over a 2016 lower court ruling, upholding Obama-era net neutrality regulations aimed at ensuring a free and open internet - rules that have since been repealed by US president Donald Trump's government.

 

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