Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, apparent hater of the internet, decided she had enough of America using it to easily gain access to information, news and Nyan Cat. So she demanded that congress overturn the FCC's Net Neutrality policy. Today, she lost.
After the House of Representatives voted to overturn the legislation that was passed last year, Hutchinson picked up the flag for the Senate and began crusading against the single greatest innovation ever. Senate rejected the measure 52-46, ensuring that the original Obama-backed ruling will be upheld, and our corporate ISP overlords can't charge for premium access to select websites. Now if you'll excuse me, I have more Courage Wolves to make. [WSJ]