Internet Association Asks FCC To Delay Net Neutrality Vote

Law360, New York (December 6, 2017, 4:06 PM EST) -- The Internet Association, a trade group representing some of world’s largest online companies including Google and Facebook, urged the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday to delay or vote against a planned rollback of net neutrality protections later this month.

In a letter addressed to the FCC’s five commissioners, Internet Association President Michael Beckerman said Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposed “restoring internet freedom order” under consideration and expected to pass on Dec. 14 “undoes decades of bipartisan agreement on net neutrality principles and ends net neutrality as we...
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