Verizon responds to FCC net neutrality decision

The phone and Internet provider called Thursday’s ruling by the Federal Communications Commission “antiquated.” 

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To make a point, the phone and Internet service provider responded with a blog post written entirely in Morse code. They also offered a PDF of the text made to look as if it had been hammered out on an old-school typewriter.

Verizon is arguing the FCC’s decision will “encumber broadband Internet services with badly antiquated regulations” and claims this step “presages a time of uncertainty for consumers, innovators and investors.”

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