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Democratic senators push to save net neutrality rules under Trump

Grant Gross | Feb. 8, 2017
Senators and digital rights groups promise to fight any attempt to roll back the regulations

Fred Campbell, director of free-market think tank Tech Knowledge, called on Congress to pass legislation to iron out net neutrality policy. Without congressional action, the FCC can change its mind about net neutrality rules every time there's a change in party control, he said.

"Without new Congressional legislation, the FCC's net neutrality rules will keep swinging like a pendulum with every presidential election," he said by email. "A lasting approach to net neutrality must come from the democratic process in Congress, not executive fiat."


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