Although all of the groups filing suit expressed support for the principles of net neutrality, they argued that the FCC had exceeded its authority in reclassifying the Internet as a utility.
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The number of lawsuits filed by industry groups against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over its new “net neutrality” rules continued to grow, with a seventh organization joining the pack last Friday.

The list of those suing the FCC now includes three Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and four trade associations united in opposition to the FCC’s decision that reclassifies ISPs as Title II utilities.

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