The FCC revealed today that net neutrality will end on June 11th. As we told you yesterday, there is a longshot attempt in Congress to save the regulation, which forces all carriers to treat online content the same. The Senate has fast-tracked a resolution to overturn the falsely named “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” that will be voted on next week. While there is a chance that the Senate could pass it, the resolution has no shot to get out of the House. In addition to the resolution, 22 states have sued to block the repeal.
Originally passed by the Obama-era FCC in 2015 by a …