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The Senate voted Wednesday to repeal the Federal Communications Commission's dismantling of net neutrality regulations. PC Magazine software analyst Max Eddy spoke to CBSN about why he thinks this bill won't pass the House, and what individual states can do to protect net neutrality for their own residents.
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