As expected, the FCC voted today to repeal the US Net Neutrality rules that were put in place in 2015. The vote came down to party lines, with three Republicans voting for and two Democrats voting against.
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Net Neutrality was a set of rules requiring internet service providers to treat all internet traffic equally in their service, without blocking or throttling access to certain types of traffic or content. The rules were implemented under a similar 3-2 vote, but with Democrats winning against Republican dissenters in that case.