Could Killing of FCC Privacy Rules Lead to End of Net Neutrality?

The Senate on Thursday voted 50-48 to overturn new FCC rules that would prevent ISPs from monetizing customers’ information without their consent. The rules, passed during the Obama administration in October 2016, were due to come into force earlier this month, but were delayed by new Republican chairman Ajit Pai. 

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