With the U.S. Senate voting across party lines to pass a measure repealing the FCC's revised rules on net neutrality, and ostensibly expressing the majority will of American citizens, cable's top lobbying organizations were not impressed. Three Republican senators voted with Democrats: Sen.
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Sen. Ed Markey, the Massachusetts Democrat who introduced Wednesday's resolution, said during debate on the Senate floor that the measure would guarantee "no slowing down certain websites, no blocking websites, and no charging you more to exercise your 21st century right to access the Internet". "Standing together", O'Rourke says in the video, "we are more than a match for the corporations and the special interests, and we will be able to restore net neutrality to the Internet, and make sure that we will have an open and free Internet for everyone in this country to use". "They know they won't ultimately be successful, but they want to campaign on their desire to add new regulations to the internet".
Supporters of open-internet rules warned that a rollback would allow internet providers such as Comcast and Verizon to create fast lanes for their content and slow lanes for websites that couldn't pay. Meanwhile, the White House has been vocal of its support for FCC head Ajit Pai's move to reverse the regulations set under the previous administration. Meanwhile, California, Montana, New York and Washington have put rules in place mandating that public contracts with broadband providers follow net neutrality rules.
They were Susan Collins (R-ME), John Kennedy (R-LA) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK). Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) at a press conference after a Senate vote to maintain net neutrality rules.
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There has been no reference for weeks to what is presumably an ongoing investigation by the FCC's Inspector General into Pai's subsequent Sinclair-friendly decisions, raising the likelihood that it could be used as this season's cliffhanger. It's expected that if the House doesn't vote the measure down, Donald Trump will not sign it into law.
The US Senate voted on Wednesday to save net neutrality. "It is telling that while every Senate Democrat supported this no-brainer legislation, Republicans presented near-unanimous opposition".
Yet Federal Communications Commission rules that are scheduled to take effect June 11 treat the internet as the property of companies that provide access to it.
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However, the endeavor to cease abrogation of net neutrality rules as a segment of an expansive political strategy by Democrats to marshal young voters in the November elections.