Democrats and GOP might negotiate over a less strict version of net neutrality


Last month, the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives approved the Save the Internet Act by a vote of 232-190. The bill would return net neutrality to the books; the Obama-era rules made sure that all streaming content was treated the same by ISPs and wireless providers. It also prevented a company that streams content over the internet from paying a carrier to get a “fast lane.” Net neutrality was repealed last year by the FCC under its Trump-appointed Chairman Ajit Pai.
While the Save the Internet Act was passed by the House, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell …

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