Wednesday Jan 17 2018 07:40 EST
At least six states have now proposed their own net neutrality laws in the wake of the FCC's extremely unpopular assault on the federal rules, with more states on the way. As of last Friday, California, Washington, New York, Rhode Island, Nebraska and Massachusetts have all introduced some form of net neutrality legislation. North Carolina and Illinois are also considering crafting their own state laws in the wake of the repeal. The efforts come as surveys continue to show that net neutrality has broad, bipartisan support among voters, contrary to telecom industry rhetoric.
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"surveys continue to show that net neutrality has broad, bipartisan support among voters"
I wonder how many of those surveyed really understand what is happening. They probably only focus on the buzz words.
Most survey questions only require a yes or no answer, because the question does not contain a lot of unbiased information to make an informed response.
This issue will NOT be decided by voters, big money will make sure of that!
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