Now that the FCC’s historic Net Neutrality rules are out in the world, the real drama in Congress is about to get underway. In fact, anti-Net Neutrality mania is taking over Capitol Hill for the rest of the month.
On Feb. 26, the Federal Communications Commission adopted Net Neutrality rules. Millions of Americans have been following this issue, yet many more are wondering what exactly just happened, and how it affects them.
The future of the Internet is about to be decided. Will it continue to be a place where dreams are born, dissent is protected, and democracy thrives? That depends on a crucial Net Neutrality vote at the Federal Communications Commission on Feb. 26.
Wednesday morning began with a bit of political theater courtesy of the House Communications and Technology Subcommittee, which held a hearing on the Net Neutrality rules up for an FCC vote on Thursday.