FCC Pushes Forward With Net Neutrality Rollback Plans
By Kelcee Griffis (November 21, 2017, 11:29 AM EST) -- The Federal Communications Commission announced Tuesday that it will vote at its Dec. 14 monthly meeting on rolling back the legal underpinning for its net neutrality rules, forecasting a total repeal of the Obama-era safeguards that prevent paid content prioritization and other schemes that would create "fast" and "slow" lanes for internet content.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai, seen here on Nov. 16, said he had circulated a draft order Tuesday on changes to Obama-era net neutrality rules. (Getty) FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced that he had circulated a draft order Tuesday that will be up for vote at the...
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