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Supporters of Net Neutrality protest the FCC's decision to repeal its open internet rules.

The US Senate votes in favor of restoring the FCC’s net-neutrality rules

The Senate voted Wednesday in favor of a resolution under the Congressional Review Act that would overturn the Federal Communications Commission's December vote to abandon its net-neutrality rules. Despite passing the Senate, the measure faces an uncertain future.

The FCC’s net-neutrality protections are about to disappear — but supporters are moving on multiple fronts to put them back in place

The Federal Communications Commission will officially end its net neutrality rules at the end of April, but that may not be the end of the story.

Senate attempt to repeal Obama-era methane regulation was just dealt a surprising blow

Three Republican senators broke ranks and voted to keep Obama’s limits on methane emissions: John McCain, Lindsay Graham, and Susan Collins.

House Republicans just voted to let your internet provider sell your browsing history without your permission

The US House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to kill a set of Obama-era privacy regulations for internet providers, just days after the Senate did the same.

Senate Republicans just voted to give internet providers the green light to sell your web-browsing data without your consent

The Senate on Thursday voted to kill a set of FCC rules that would've forced internet providers to get your explicit consent before selling your browsing data.

Republicans are moving to kill rules that’d make internet providers get your consent before selling your Web browsing data

Republicans in the House and Congress have introduced resolutions to kill a set of rules that'd force ISPs to get opt-in consent before selling browsing data.

The GOP is using an obscure law to quietly repeal 5 major Obama-era regulations

Congress is reviving the rarely used Congressional Review Act to roll back Obama-era rules and regulations. Here's what's on the chopping block.