The Save the Internet Act now heads to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
The Republican-headed FCC repealed the laws back in December.
Sub Pop, Stones Throw, Asian Man, and Don Giovanni Records rage against the machine.
A showdown between the Democrats and Republicans is about to go down.
By casting doubt on the integrity of public feedback, FCC critics argue that the decision-making process had been tampered with.
Luke Skywalker actor calls out Cruz for his porn habits, Pai for being unfit to be a Jedi.
Wealthy content providers and low-income families stand to suffer the hardest blows.
The repeal was passed on a party-line vote of 3-2 led by the FCC’s current chairman, Aji Pai, who was appointed to the position by Donald Trump.
Pai appears in a video with a Verizon vice president, who wants to “brainwash and groom a Verizon puppet to install as FCC chairman.”
Ajit Pai says net neutrality advocates are “misinformed” and that Twitter is the real threat to an “open internet.”
A vote on the plan is set for December 14th.
The future of the Internet is in our hands as we Battle for the Net.