FCC removes pricing caps for ISPs even in counties where there is only one ISP.


FCC’s claim that one ISP counts as “competition” faces scrutiny in court

A Federal Communications Commission decision to eliminate price caps imposed on some business broadband providers should be struck down, advocacy groups told federal judges last week. The FCC failed to justify its claim that a market can be competitive even when there is only one Internet provider, the groups said.

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