How to watch Democrats begin their push to ‘save the internet’

The House Energy & Commerce Committee’s communication and technology subcommittee will host a legislative hearing for the “Save The Internet Act” today. The bill, which was introduced last week, would undo the repeal of net neutrality. Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Penn.), the chairman of the subcommittee, sponsored the House version of the “Save The Internet Act.” The bill would undo the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) repeal of net neutrality and reinstate the 2015 Open Internet Order, the FCC rules that enshrined net neutrality. During the bill’s unveiling, Doyle said the “Save The Internet Act” would “enact true net neutrality protections by codifying the FCCs 2015 Open Internet Order as a new free-standing section of law that would ensure the internet remains …