A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday struck down the latest effort by the Federal Communications Commission to require internet providers to treat all traffic the same, a policy known as net neutrality. The FCC did not have the legal authority to enact the 2011 regulations, which were challenged in a lawsuit brought by Verizon Communications Inc, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said in its ruling.
U.S. Appeals Court Deals Major Blow To Net Neutrality

I love the comment: "The U.S. pays more for its Internet Service than all the other industrial countries and has the slowest speeds. Now these ISP want to make it slower if you use services not provided by them.

Please tell me how privatizing everything is better for consumers? I need a good laugh"