Morning Minute: NAR fights to keep net neutrality for agents and brokers

The NAR says a proposal to change Internet governance could cost REALTORS® more and limit access. (Bigstock Images)

The National Association of REALTORS® has joined a group of businesses in opposing a proposed change to the way the Internet is governed and has warned the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) the change could cause unequal access to content.

Monday is the deadline for collecting public comment to the FCC’s plan, which would allow providers to enter into deals with websites to provide faster service in exchange for fees, among other items. Read “NAR to FCC: Real Estate Needs Open Internet” for more details.

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