President Donald Trump on Wednesday ordered a review of federal regulations governing the Internet, but the move comes just hours after his administration sought to roll back regulations that could curb the online behavior of some conservative activists.

The Department of Commerce, which oversees the Internet and its services, said the move to revisit regulations is a “pro-growth and forward-looking” initiative to help protect consumers and promote innovation.

“As a matter of fact, the internet is the only place where free expression can thrive,” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said in a statement.

“That’s why we are taking the time to look at the impact of regulations on the innovation that our country relies on, and why it’s important for the administration to be mindful of the potential impacts of this review on Americans’ online privacy, free speech, and access to services.

We are doing this with the goal of being pro-growth, forward-thinking, and to keep the internet open to innovation and competition.”

Ross said the review will examine how regulations affect online activity, how the regulations impact innovation, how they affect the Internet’s ability to connect with the outside world, and whether or not the review could result in new regulations that are better for consumers and innovators.

Ross said Wednesday’s review will be focused on how the internet can be more broadly used, which could include addressing how to provide more transparency, as well as the use of technology to ensure that Americans have access to information they need to make informed decisions about their health and safety.

The administration’s review comes after Trump last week proposed a review into federal regulations, saying that “regulatory agencies should focus on how they can help Americans make better choices online.”

Ross added that the review would look at how the Internet has been used in ways that have “improved the lives of Americans and are now being adopted by the government.”

He said the goal is to “ensure that the rules are not being abused and that consumers have access that they need.”

The White House has yet to respond to a request for comment.