But it may not be the end of the story, as dozens of groups are expected to file lawsuits challenging the repeal, and Democrats in Congress push to reverse the FCC's action.
"We won't waste a minute in our fight to protect net neutrality because it's our mission to ensure the internet is a global public resource, open and accessible to all", she wrote. Net neutrality proponents argued that the FCC needs net neutrality to prevent ISPs from unfairly blocking, throttling, or preferring some content, while conservatives argued that net neutrality would diminish the freedom of the Internet.
Though students would still be able to access these services, it is unlikely they would be a priority for internet service providers when it comes to determining the access speed.
Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is launching a statewide campaign to save net neutrality. This agency failed the American public. "This is not right", Rosenworcel said. "The FCC is on the wrong side of history and the wrong side of the law and it deserves to have its handiwork revisited, reexamined, and ultimately reversed".
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That's because once that ruling, known as the Restoring Internet Freedom order (ha!), officially drops, opponents will have something to sink their teeth into and can begin the long process of fighting the rules in court.
Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., garnered the support of all of his Democratic colleagues in January when he proposed a hard stop to the repeal. What it does do is act as a starting pistol of sorts for repeal opponents.
Under Senate rules, opponents can bypass formal committee review for a joint resolution and force the measure to the floor for a vote. U.S. Senate Democrats have the backing of 50 members of the 100-person chamber for repeal, leaving them just one vote short of a majority.
FCC chairman Ajit Pai speaks ahead of the commission's vote on net neutrality rules, December 14, 2017.
In addition to NY, attorneys general from California, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and Washington joined Thursday's petition.