If you missed the FCC net neutrality vote, you can see it here

Today's controversial FCC decision to end net neutrality included a lot of rhetoric both for and against the move to return ISPs to the designation of Title I information services instead of the more strictly regulated Title II utility label.

Discussion among commissioners lasted almost an hour and a half, with some pretty impassioned discussion from both sides. If you missed it, you can watch it here now.

Start at about 1:09:52, going through about 2:41:00. The "internet freedom" agenda item was fourth on the commission's plate today.

Since the vote, politicians and consumer groups have come forth proposing lawsuits and congressional action to bring back net neutrality, or at least a watered down version of it. The repeal, though has not yet taken effect, since rules require that any action cannot take effect until 60 days after the decision is published in the Federal Register.

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