With Pai’s Net Neutrality Repeal Published, Internet Defenders Prepare for ‘Hell of a Fight’

“Net neutrality is not dead yet, but the clock is ticking for us to save it.” by Jake Johnson, staff writer at Common Dreams Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chair Ajit Pai’s net neutrality repeal plan was finally published in the Federal Register on Thursday, but that doesn’t mean net neutrality is officially dead—in fact, as open internet defenders quickly …

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With FCC’s Order Sent to Senate, Internet Defenders Inch Toward Vote to Restore Net Neutrality

With one more vote needed to reverse panel’s unpopular vote, internet freedom groups are putting pressure on Republican senators by Julia Conley, staff writer at Common Dreams Open Internet advocates and lawmakers were urging supporters on Friday to help secure one last vote in the Senate in favor of reversing the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) …

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