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More tech companies sue FCC over net neutrality

The internet isn’t letting net neutrality disappear without a fight. 
Several big tech companies, including Etsy, Expa, Kickstarter, Automattic, Foursquare, and Shutterstock, filed a petition on Monday with the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit against the Federal Communication Commission’s decision to end net neutrality. 
SEE ALSO: FCC chairman who killed net neutrality given gun and award from NRA
The latest companies are assembling under a new banner: the Coalition for Internet Openness. Their effort follows other actions by various tech lobbying groups. Back in January, the Internet Association, which represents Amazon, Google, and Facebook, joined an existing lawsuit against the FCC. Read more…More about Kickstarter, Foursquare, Fcc, Etsy, and Net Neutrality

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