US House Votes Against Net Neutrality

Thanks to everyone that called their congresscritters.

Members of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee voted 34 to 22 against a Democrat sponsored Internet neutrality amendment that would have prevented congress from abolishing Network Neutrality. If the act is removed by congress, it would allow the formation of a tiered Internet on which service providers would be able to “tax� content providers for fast delivery of data to customers.

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