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The company Commercial Network Services alleges Time Warner Cable is violating the paid prioritization and throttling sections of the FCC's net neutrality rules. The new net neutrality rules establish three main things: no blocking access to legal content, no throttling speeds and no paid prioritization or fast lanes for those who pay more. Time Warner Cable says it is confident the FCC will rule in its favor.

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