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twice after the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted
3-to-2 along party lines to propose “net neutrality” rules that could
allow Internet service providers to charge content providers like
Netflix NFLX -2.19% , YouTube and Hulu for faster and higher delivery
of their traffic to users. If this cliffhanger vote does mark the end of
“net neutrality,” then the cost of cutting the cord in favor of
streaming shows could soon rise, experts say.