Senate Deals FCC A Smack Down On Net Neutrality

Опубликовано 17 мая 2018, 0:20
On Wednesday the US Senate voted in favor of reversing the Federal Communications Commission’s recent order to end net neutrality protection. It was a narrow 52-to-47 victory. The bill is now headed to the House of Representatives. There Democrats must convince at least 25 Republicans to cross the aisle in a similar simple majority vote. Democrats argue that the net neutrality regulations would create an open internet. This because it prevents internet service providers from discriminating against certain types of web traffic. Many Republicans consider these requirements burdensome for internet providers. They feel competition in an open market will allow industry players to self-govern.

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