The ruling is meant to help cut down on spam and robotexts.
Between May 8 and May 12 it received more than 2.1 million comments. The system came crashing down.
His statement came as senators mulled over a last-ditch effort to save the abolished regulations.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed changes that could cut off internet and phone service to 8 million Americans, many of them Puerto Ricans recovering from Hurricane Irma.
The snooping devices are known as 'Stingrays' and are typically purchased by law enforcement.
The flight has been codenamed "It's Business Time," thanks to social media.
The FCC ruled the firm's tiny satellites were too small to be adequately monitored, and risked collision with other spacecraft.
26 senators are already signed on to overturn FCC's net neutrality repeal.
Hamill made sure to remind Cruz that misspelling his name wasn't the politician's first Twitter faux pas.
Pai appeared in a video wielding a fidget spinner and performing the Harlem Shake just one day before the decisive net neutrality vote.
Perhaps you're wondering what net neutrality means, so we have prepared an explainer to understand how the FCC proposed changes may affect the way you use the interwebs.
One telemarketer is trying to create a loophole to bypass regulations on robocalls by arguing that messages don't count as a call if they don't make your phone ring.
Claims that the FCC's website was hit by a DDoS attack have been questioned by net neutrality supporters.
Campaigners are "extremely skeptical" about the FCC's claims that hackers knocked out the website.
"It seems that the Trump era will basically CTL-Z everything that happened on Obama's watch," Oliver says in reference to the president's stance on net neutrality.
Senator Edward Markey said grassroots campaigners will fight to protect a "level playing field for everyone."
"Congress should know by now that when you come for the internet, the internet comes for you," one critic said.
Trump's deregulatory push could target rules that prevent companies from owning too many media properties.
Ajit Pai, Trump's pick for United States Federal Communications Commission, has opposed net neutrality in the past.