Repealing the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s less than two-year-old net neutrality rules appears to be a top tech priority for President-elect Donald Trump, but it may not be an easy road.

Trump blasted net neutrality rules in a November 2014 tweet, saying it was a “top-down power grab” that would apparently require broadband providers to give equal time to liberal and conservative media. There are no such requirements in the FCC’s net neutrality rules, however; broadband users determine what media they see.

Look for Republicans in Congress to re-introduce legislation to repeal the rules early next year, but with only a narrow majority in the Senate, they are likely to be blocked by Democrats, who can filibuster to stall a bill.

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