Listen as Larry spoke with FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr regarding the battle over net neutrality.
FCC releases final net neutrality repeal order, three weeks after vote
The Federal Communications Commission today released the final version of its net neutrality repeal order, three weeks after the December 14 vote to deregulate the broadband industry and eliminate the rules.
You can read the entire order here, though it is similar to the draft that has been available since November.
Small edits aren’t uncommon after FCC votes, and they don’t require a second vote. The edits generally respond to concerns raised by commissioners, as we wrote earlier this week.
“In this document, the American public can see for themselves the damage done by this agency to Internet openness,” FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat who voted against the repeal, said today. “Going forward, our broadband providers will have the power to block websites, throttle services, and censor online content. This is not right.” [Read More]
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