A couple of months ago when net neutrality was being threatened in the US, Stack Exchange put up a post and a notice (among other things) to try and help to organize people to resist.
Well, it looks like net neutrality is once again on the chopping block.
In an article from Ars Technica, it is explained that:
In addition to ditching its own net neutrality rules, the Federal Communications Commission also plans to tell state and local governments that they cannot impose local laws regulating broadband service.
This detail was revealed by senior FCC officials in a phone briefing with reporters today, and it is a victory for broadband providers that asked for widespread preemption of state laws. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's proposed order finds that state and local laws must be preempted if they conflict with the US government's policy of deregulating broadband Internet service, FCC officials said. The FCC will vote on the order at its December 14 meeting.
Barring something exceptional, not only will net neutrality be gone in 22 days, the FCC wil also ban states from instituting it themselves.
Will SE take a stand once again or has this course of action been discontinued?