I was able to get a court order that requires Comcast to block access to several popular video streaming sites, including Hulu, YouTube, and Netflix.
The court order requires Comcast customers to install an extension of a proxy app that the company developed to access certain domains that it doesn’t like.
It also blocks access to certain sites that the court considers a threat to the internet as a whole.
When the court orders were first announced, the court said it wanted to force Comcast to comply with a Federal Communications Commission request to block the sites.
Comcast responded by threatening to block all video on these websites.
This has led to an outcry of both the left and the right over the issue of net neutrality, which is the idea that all content should be treated equally and that all internet traffic should be carried over the same pipes.
Comcast’s net neutrality position was challenged in a court in February, which the company lost.
In June, the FCC announced a new proposal for net neutrality rules that will require internet service providers (ISPs) to treat all internet content equally.
However, some ISPs are still blocking access to a number of sites.
The FCC has also threatened to impose a $30 billion fine on Comcast if it doesn’ t do its part to stop blocking.
Since then, a number in Congress have called for the FCC to act and is now asking for an injunction to force ISPs to block certain sites.
“We have seen some interesting and encouraging developments in recent months,” Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel said in a statement to The Verge.
“However, there is more work to be done before the agency is prepared to take the steps necessary to ensure that broadband providers treat all content equally and equally equally access to the Internet.”
“The FCC must act immediately to stop ISPs from blocking sites like Hulu, Netflix, and the like,” Senator Mike Lee, a Republican from Utah, said in his letter to the FCC.
“We need to do everything in our power to stop this abuse of power.”