Open Internet

An open internet enables freedom of expression and a free flow of ideas and commerce in the U.S. and around the world. AT&T has long been committed to preserving an open internet. Internet users should continue to be free to access lawful content and applications and free to use devices that do not harm the network. An open internet should be protected by a regulatory system that continues to incentivize broadband providers to invest in next-generation networks, innovate with new services, and compete to serve customers in the internet ecosystem.

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