An overwhelming majority of Americans of all political persuasions thought broadband privacy rules should never have been repealed.

But the FCC is not only doubling down on that decision, it’s setting its sights on the next target, net neutrality — another hugely popular set of regulations — and bolstering its case with a set of alt-facts.A poll by YouGov showed that 80 percent of Democrats, 75 percent of Republicans, and 69 percent of independents thought President Trump should have vetoed the repeal bill that was rushed through Congress.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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