Survey: Majority Disfavor Public Utility Model for Internet Regulation

May 11, 2017

A majority of respondents to a new survey say that a "public utility" model of internet regulation is "not appropriate for the growth and development of dynamic broadband networks."

That is according to a Morning Consult poll released Thursday by NCTA: The Internet & Television Association, which is advocating for FCC chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to roll back the application of common carrier (Title II) regs to internet service providers.

Read more at: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/washington/survey-majority-disfavor-public-utility-model-internet-regulation/165717


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