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The Senate voted to restore net neutrality: Here's what that means

The Senate voted to restore net neutrality: Here's what that means



2018-05-17T01:03:41+0000

The Senate has approved a measure that would overturn the FCC's decision to roll back Obama-era net neutrality rules. But that would happen only if it passes the House and is signed by Pres. Trump, which appears unlikely.

The Senate approved a measure Wednesday 52-47 that would overturn the Federal Communication Commission's decision to roll back Obama-era so-called net neutrality rules. But that would happen only if it passes the House and is signed by President Trump, which appears unlikely. The repeal effort...



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