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FCC’s Net Neutrality Vote Paused ‘on Advice of Security’

Vote takes a ”brief recess“

Moments before the Federal Communications Commission was set to vote on pulling back net neutrality regulations, Chairman Ajit Pai said the room had to take a “brief recess” on “advice of security.”

Attendees were evacuated without grabbing their belongings. After about 10 minutes, the vote resumed, with Pai picking up his closing remarks.