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Comcast deleted net neutrality oath the same day FCC announced repeal

We wrote progressing this week about how Comcast has changed its promises to defend net neutrality by pulling back from prior statements that it won’t charge websites or other online applications for quick lanes.

Comcast spokesperson Sena Fitzmaurice has been claiming that we got the story wrong. But a serve hearing of how Comcast’s net neutrality promises have changed over time reveals another engaging tidbit—Comcast deleted a “no paid prioritization” oath from its net neutrality webpage on the very same day that the Federal Communications Commission announced its initial devise to dissolution net neutrality rules.

Starting in 2014, the webpage, corporate.comcast.com/openinternet/open-net-neutrality, contained this statement: “Comcast doesn’t prioritize Internet traffic or create paid quick lanes.”

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