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U.S. Senate votes to overturn FCC's Net Neutrality changes

GruntyGrunty TexasMember RarePosts: 8,539
edited May 2018 in Off-Topic Discussion
Using the Congressional Review Act the U.S Senate has voted 52-47 to overturn the FCC's net neurtrality changes.  The U.S. House has not received the Senate's Bill for review yet.

http://thehill.com/policy/technology/387985-senate-votes-to-save-net-neutrality-rules

https://www.google.com/search?q=Senate+votes+to+save+net+neutrality+rules


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  • CleffyCleffy San Diego, CAMember RarePosts: 5,927
    edited May 2018
    Not surprising given the amount of BS given on the issue and the level of authority the 2015 changes gave the US Government over censoring the internet. Especially with all the media outlets who didn't understand 1 bit about how the Internet works putting in their 2 cents.
    Fairly counter-productive as the 2 years since its implementation, broadband investment has decreased and ISP monopolies have been strengthened.
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