Three Republican senators joined their Democratic colleagues to adopt a measure that would preserve net neutrality in the United States. The final vote was 52-47, while Senators Susan Collins (R-Maine), John Kennedy (R-Louisiana) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) all crossed the party lines to vote for the bill. . It still has to be voted in the House of Representatives, however, and signed by President Trump.
Net Neutrality, The Writing Is the Wall
Do Not Pass Go
In other words, despite passing through the Senate , it should not go until the rules of FCC President Ajit Pai change Net Neutrality protectis and give ISPs the power to decide what data you will get. what data you requested. In the House, at least 20 Republicans should vote for legislati, which is possible, but not csidered likely. And it's ly if all Democrats in the House support it, too, another problem that is uncertain.
President Dald Trump did not make many comments / tweets about Net Neutrality, but Wired noted a 2014 tweet where he called Net Neutrality a hit government force that targets the cservative media. In 2017, he also made comments in support of FCC President Ajit Pai's attack Net Neutrality, which means Wednesday's victory in the Senate is dedicated to # 39; failure.