Why consumers won’t be left unprotected
January 5, 2018
On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission adopted its Restoring internet Freedom Order (RIF Order) repealing public utility-like regulations imposed on internet service providers in 2015 by the Obama administration FCC.
All too predictably, the FCC’s order has been subjected to a seemingly endless stream of groundless attacks by pro-regulation advocates who claim consumers will be left unprotected by the Commission’s action. These attacks, under the guise of preserving a supposedly sacrosanct version of “net neutrality,” ignore two inconvenient truths.
Read more at: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jan/4/why-the-fccs-repeal-of-net-neutrality-wont-leave-c/
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