Appeals court upholds net neutrality repeal but rules FCC can’t block state laws

A federal appeals court on Tuesday delivered a mixed ruling for net neutrality supporters and opponents alike, allowing the Federal Communications Commission’s 2017 repeal to stand but striking down a provision blocking states from implementing their own open internet rules.

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals also ordered the FCC to revise the repeal order to take into consideration other issues, like the effect that it will have on public safety.

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