The U.S. Senate voted against a resolution that would have given service providers an unprecedented control over our Internet use. The resolution would have allowed Internet services providers like Verizon and Comcast to restrict how and what we view online. Senate Republicans had issued the repeal to overturn Obama’s net neutrality laws that will take effect on November 20th. Read the full article at Reuters.com
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