What Did The FCC Decide Today?

hope for the internetFCC Approves Plan to Allow for Paid Priority on Internet
Source: Washington Post


FCC Votes to Move Ahead on Net Neutrality Plan
Source:  New York Times

The only certainty at this point is that the Democratic commissioners including chairman Wheeler, have voted for  4 months of public comment after hearing from 364,000 of us. Republican commissioners who oppose net neutrality say FCC does not have authority to regulate.  We have to keep the pressure on.

The next phase will be four months of public comments, after which the commissioners will vote again on redrafted rules that are meant to take into account public opinion. But the enactment of final rules faces significant challenges.  Read more:

Here’s a link to the FCC proceeding #14-28 Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet.

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1 Response to What Did The FCC Decide Today?

  1. Mike Lund says:

    I oppose the plan for paid priority internet. Keep the internet open.


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