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Hi this is a takeaway for tuesday december twelve the 2017 this is the take away i'm todd's will like it's great to have you with us today this time tomorrow every will be talking about whether voters in alabama decided to send ruin more to the united states senate and this time on thursday it will likely be the beginning of the end of the internet as we know it at least that's the fear of activists who oppose what the federal communications commission appears likely to do with net neutrality the sec scheduled to vote on thursday on the set of rules from 2015 that classified the internet as a public utility and as such internet service providers or isps were banned from blocking or slowing down some data on the internet in favor of other data that's basically what net neutrality is in its future is coming down to the five commissioners from the fcc chairman ajit pie is leading the charge to end net neutrality and everyone expects a three two two vote to do it one of the two votes expected to be on the losing side on thursday in favor of net neutrality will be from jessica rosen wurzel she was nominated to be an fcc commissioner first by president obama in 2011 and then again by president trump earlier this year jessica rose and more sle thanks for being with us here on the takeaway thank you for having me well we reached out to your other colleagues on the commission who want to end net neutrality were hoping they'll come on later this week but in your view what's at stake on thursday while the united states internet economy is the envy of the world and it's built on a foundation of openness that's what net neutrality is all about those rules have been important for our economy for civic and commercial life and for reasons that are beyond me some of my colleagues who wanna take those rules away i think it will have the consequences for the future of the internet well what do you expect will happen on thursday a three two to vote it looks like now but then after the gavel comes down what well if you take away net neutrality rules what you do is give broadband providers the power to block websites.