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Net neutrality supporters won a major victory this week when regulators issued the toughest Internet rules the country has ever seen, but their battle is still far from over.

New Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations are already coming under new scrutiny from Capitol Hill and are bound for a gauntlet of legal and legislative challenges assuring that the rules are anything but set in stone.

Even while supporters were cheering their win on Thursday, opponents of the new rules were plotting their next moves.

“In the words of F. Scott Fitzgerald, never confuse a single defeat for a final defeat,” FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai — one of the agency’s two Republicans vigorously opposed to the rules — said after Thursday’s vote.

“There are multiple battles ahead and I believe that we will win the war.”