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The US Senate is voting today on whether to restore the FCC’s net neutrality rules





FILE PHOTO - Supporters of Net Neutrality protest the FCC's recent decision to repeal the program in Los Angeles, California, November 28, 2017. REUTERS/ Kyle Grillot

  • The US Senate is voting Wednesday on whether to put the FCC’s net neutrality rules back in place.
  • The Senate resolution would overturn a vote by the agency in December to scuttle its open-internet regulations.
  • The resolution has drawn the support of half of all senators, but it needs a majority to pass.
  • Even if it passes, the resolution faces a dubious future, because it needs to be passed by the House of Representatives and signed by President Trump.

The US Senate on Wednesday is slated to vote on whether to reinstate the Federal Communications Commission’s net-neutrality rules.

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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