Wednesday, January 17, 2018
States sue to stop net neutrality repeal, predict telecoms will control content in court papers; Senate close on a vote
The attorneys general of twenty states have filed suit to stop the FCC’s network neutrality repeal, as they claim that the repeal would allow telecom companies become gatekeepers of what gets disseminated and seen, at their own profit. (Will this really happen?) Here’s the MSN story.
The Senate appears to have 50 out of 51 votes needed to approve a Congressional Review Act to stall the FCC’s decision.