A U.S. appeals court has ruled that the F.C.C. does not have the power to force Comcast and other Internet service providers to give equal treatment to all Web content. What the ruling could mean for consumers and the future of net neutrality.

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  • Kyle McSlarrow president and CEO, the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA).
  • Amy Schatz reporter, The Wall Street Journal, covering the FCC and technology policy.
  • Ben Scott policy director, Free Press.

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