Georgia’s runoff results may have saved net neutrality

Before Georgia, net neutrality advocates were facing a gridlock in Congress and the frightening possibility that the incoming president wouldn’t be able to appoint his own FCC commissioners. But as the Senate falls back under Democratic control, the possibilities for net neutrality have expanded dramatically.

Source: Georgia’s runoff may have saved net neutrality

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