The proposal to safeguard net neutrality has been rejected by the House
of Representatives 269-152. The proposed amendment to the
Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement Act (Cope Act)
added clauses to force service providers to treat all internet traffic
equally—preserving the very pillars which founded the internet—the
free and unbiased flow of information.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the internet as we know it, warned that
the internet looks to be entering a "dark period". The act now moves to
the US Senate where the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee
will vote late in June.
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