The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to reverse Obama-era internet regulations, potentially changing the way Americans use the internet. Sarah Morris is the Director of Open Internet Policy at New America's Open Technology Institute, a group fighting the FCC ruling.

The Open Technology Institute (OTI) has started the process of challenging the FCC in court. Morris says she was surprised to see the regulations come tumbling down, but is confident the FCC decision will not stand.

Additionally, Morris says she is worried about the implications of the ruling, particularly about internet service providers blocking content in a politically charged environment. She adds that OTI is 'in it to win it,' and the group will continue to fight for consumers. Morris is confident she has the backing of lawmakers on Capitol Hill, as well as people across the country.