• Resolution to restore net neutrality needs one more vote to pass in the Senate

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    Back in December, the Trump FCC repealed net neutrality. Originally agreed to by the Obama FCC in 2015, net neutrality prohibits carriers/ISPs from blocking certain websites, charging more for access to specific websites, or seeking premium rates for higher quality internet service. But before you bemoan the end of net neutrality, a last minute war is being wagered in the Senate and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer now says Democrats in the Senate are a single vote away from restoring net neutrality.
    A resolution that would restore the Open Internet Order of 2015 now has 50 votes. ...
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  • Democrats are just one vote shy of restoring net neutrality

    Democrats are just one vote shy of restoring net neutrality

    1 month ago - By Engadget

    Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer now says Democrats in the Senate are a single vote away from restoring net neutrality. According to the senator from New York, they now have a total of 50 votes for a Senate resolution of disapproval that would re...
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