The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “New Legislation Could Save Net Neutrality — For Now”.

Fran Berkman says, “Democrats in both houses of Congress have introduced new legislation to protect net neutrality, at least for the time being.Rep. Henry Waxman and Rep. Anna Eshoo, both of California, proposed what they’re calling the “Open Internet Preservation Act of 2014,” a bill to restore Federal Communication Commission (FCC) open Internet standards struck down in an appeals court decision in January. (The bill’s full text is embedded below.)

If enacted, the bill would essentially keep net neutrality rules as they are until the FCC has a chance to act on the recent court decision. Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) introduced thesame bill (.pdf) in the Senate on Monday“.

New Legislation Could Save Net Neutrality — For Now

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