Protesters demonstrate across the street from the Comcast Center in Philadelphia in September 2014. Demonstrators expressed opposition to the proposed merger of communications companies Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc., and called for further Federal Communications Commission regulation of Internet traffic to support net neutrality.
Protesters demonstrate across the street from the Comcast Center in Philadelphia in September 2014. Demonstrators expressed opposition to the proposed merger of communications companies Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc., and called for further Federal Communications Commission regulation of Internet traffic to support net neutrality. Matt Rourke Associated Press file
Protesters demonstrate across the street from the Comcast Center in Philadelphia in September 2014. Demonstrators expressed opposition to the proposed merger of communications companies Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc., and called for further Federal Communications Commission regulation of Internet traffic to support net neutrality. Matt Rourke Associated Press file

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