Net neutrality is set to end on June 11
The end of net neutrality is now scheduled for next month.
The Federal Communications Commission said in a notice filed Thursday that new rules repealing the net neutrality protections are set to take effect 30 days from this Friday, or June 11.
The new timeline comes as net neutrality advocates make a last ditch effort to undo the repeal.
Senate Democrats are currently pushing for a vote on a bill to overturn the decision as soon as next week. Even if the resolution passes the Senate, it still faces an uphill battle in the House.