• img May 17, 2018

US Senate votes to save net neutrality

The US Senate has voted in favor of net neutrality by approving a Congressional Review Act resolution that would undo the Federal Communications Commission’s December decision to dismantle the Obama-era net neutrality rules. The FCC’s decision is set to come in effect on June 11, allowing Internet service providers to set up Internet “fast lanes” for online services willing to pay for it and “slow lanes” for the rest, directly affecting their quality of service. … More

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