NCTA: Title II Is Regulatory Regime Change

March 13, 2015

The National Cable & Telecommunications Association has met the enemy, and it is Title II.

Following the FCC's release of the 400-age (with addenda and statements) Open Internet order, which was voted Feb. 26 along straight party lines, NCTA in a statement likened it to "regulatory regime change" for the Internet, with “serious collateral consequences for consumers."

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