Senate Rejects Attempt To Overturn Fcc's Net Neutrality Rules

Moneycontrol.comSenate rejects attempt to overturn FCC's net neutrality rulesLos Angeles TimesThe Senate on Thursday voted to keep in place the Federal Communications Commission's controversial rules aimed at preserving open Internet access. Republicans had pushed to overturn the so-called net neutrality rules, and a resolution to do so failed ...Senate rejects GOP bid to overturn Internet rulesThe Associated PressSenate votes in favor of net neutrality rulesReutersSenate Rejects Measure to Repeal FCC Net-Neutrality RegulationBloombergall 301 news articles »

Senh: I generally agree with net neutrality, especially with the examples mentioned in the article. ISP's shouldn't be allowed to regulate which sites their users can visit. As long as this doesn't mean that Google must dismantle their algorithm to give every website the same rankings on its search results, I'm good.

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