The FCC is expected to repeal net neutrality on Thursday — here's what that means for you
- In a Thursday vote, the Federal Communications Commission is almost sure to repeal the net-neutrality rules it put in place in 2015.
- A repeal would most likely mean higher prices and fewer choices for consumers.
- A repeal would be good news for large telecommunications and internet companies.
In a move that could fundamentally reshape the internet — and spur a new wave of legal wrangling — the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday will vote on a proposal to repeal its net-neutrality rules.