If you’re passionate about Net Neutrality, you may be wondering what we can do now that the FCC has voted to repeal the rules protecting it. You may have even heard that Congress is the next venue in the fight. But what exactly can Congress do?
Hours before the Trump FCC voted to destroy the open internet, hundreds of activists, lawmakers, musicians and others gathered for the Net Neutrality Wake-Up Call Rally, an event that was at turns defiant and inspiring.
This Thursday, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the other Republican commissioners just struck down the Net Neutrality protections and break the open internet. Congress has the power to reverse this decision.