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ATT says it is joining a big protest to save net neutrality—even though the company previously sued the US Federal Communications Commission in a failed attempt to get the commission’s rules thrown out.
“Tomorrow, ATT will join the ‘Day of Action’ for preserving and advancing an open Internet,” ATT Senior Executive VP Bob Quinn wrote in a blog post this afternoon.
“This may seem like an anomaly to many people who might question why ATT is joining with those who have differing viewpoints on how to ensure an open and free Internet,” Quinn acknowledged.

But that’s the point ATT is making: the company claims to support an “open Internet” even though it opposes the current FCC rules designed to protect the open Internet.
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