Senate votes to preserve Obama-era net neutrality rules
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 () The Senate has voted to kill a Federal Communications Commission rule that repealed the Obama administration’s ban on internet providers blocking or slowing down certain content.
The Senate voted Wednesday to override the FCC's repeal of net neutrality rules, keeping the internet free and open...for now. The resolution heads to the House where it is still 57 votes short of passing.
This week's major tech headlines include Facebook suspending over 200 apps due to misuse of data, the Senate's effort to preserve net neutrality and Xbox's Adaptive Controller aimed at aiding disabled.. Source: CNET - Affiliate -
The vast majority of registered voters across both political parties agree with the Senate's vote this week to overturn a repeal by the FCC on Net Neutrality rules. According to Statista, 82 percent of.. Source: Wochit -
The U.S. Senate voted 52 to 47 on Wednesday to reverse the Federal Communications Commission decision in December to repeal landmark 2015 net neutrality rules, but it still faces an uphill battle... Source: Rumble -
The Senate voted to reinstate net neutrality rules Wednesday essentially returning them to Obama-era regulations. However, it still has to pass through the House in order to cause tangible change. CNET.. Source: CBSN -
Senate Votes on Measure to Save Net Neutrality The Senate voted 52 to 47 on Wednesday to pass a measure that would keep the FCC from changing current net neutrality rules. Democrats held the majority.. Source: Wibbitz Top Stories -