Net Neutrality is back.
The United States Senate has voted to restore Net Neutrality.
According to CNET, the Senate overturned the FCC repeal of Net Neutrality with a final vote of 52 to 47.
Democrats were able to eke out a victory by utilizing the Congressional Review Act, which gives Congress 60 legislative days to undo a federal agency regulation.
Brian Barnett writes for IGN. Follow him on Twitter @Ribnax.