The FCC will vote Thursday to repeal the net neutrality rules it put in place in 2015. The repeal will likely mean higher prices and fewer choices for consumers. The repeal is good news for large telecommunications and internet companies. In a move that could fundamentally reshape the internet – and spur a new wave of legal wrangling – the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday will vote on a proposal to repeal its net neutrality rules. More insite from Washington Post.