FCC's Carr: Internet Won't End June 12
May 30, 2018
Republican FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr signaled this week he thought reports of the impending death of the internet were highly overrated.
In an interview for C-SPAN's Communicators series, Carr said that on June 11, when the FCC's network neutrality regulation rollback takes effect, consumers "are not going to see the end of the internet" and "in fact, are going back to the same regime we had in 2015 and for 20 years before that."
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