A New Net Neutrality Bill Will Get a Vote in The US Senate

A few weeks the FCC announced that they will move the internet from a Title II to a Title I service. This effectively ended what many called Net Neutrality. Now the US Senate is working on a bill that would prevent blocking and throttling of net content.

Now the bill in the US Senate will get a vote to restore a Net Neutrality after 30 US Senators cosponsor a bill.

The bill, which would amend the Communications Act, would bring back many of the parts of Net Neutrality by directly the FCC to enforce rules agents blocking and throttling. Yet the FCC would get no new additional powers over the internet other than to regulate attempts to block or throttle content.
Details are still thin and we will have to wait to see what the final bill says but for many who wanted to protect their access to content this is a step in that direction. Yet with 30 Senators supporting it, the bill will almost certainly pass.
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