CNET reports that because this week’s elections have shifted control of the United States House of Representatives to the Democrats, the outlook for tech-related legislation has dramatically changed. The outlook on a wealth of topics ranging from net neutrality to internet censorship seems decidedly different compared to a few days ago. Democrat control of the House of Representatives should yield a shift in legislative priorities surrounding these topics. The debate over net neutrality represents one of the biggest partisan rifts over technology. In the Senate, all Republican committee members except for one voted against broadband regulations favored by web companies such as Google and eBay and opposed by broadband providers. Because of the shift in congressional power, this is one of many tech-related issues that will be reexamined when the new congress convenes…