Embattled American Regulator, the FCC, has admitted that their comment section was never actually hacked during net neutrality debate.
Trump’s new supreme court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, is having his history combed over. It turns out, he’s a net neutrality opponent.
The repeal of net neutrality in the US is now heading to court. America’s Internet is hanging in the balance.
The FCC’s network neutrality repeal has now been published in the federal register. This signals the next stage in the battle to save the Internet in the US.
Two more states are throwing their support behind network neutrality in defiance of regulators.
The network neutrality debate isn’t going away any time soon. New Jersey is the latest state to impose network neutrality rules.
Democratic senators appear to be making inroads in getting sponsors to a bill that would reverse the FCC net neutrality repeal.
While there is plenty of legislative action to reverse the repeal of network neutrality, it seems that there is also some increasing muscle on the litigation front as well.
It seems that American citizens aren’t giving up network neutrality quite so easily. The FCC reportedly received so many comments that the official website crashed.