In defense of net neutrality, internet pioneers accuse FCC of not understanding tech
from Fast Company
Recently, the FCC will vote to eliminate regulations that prohibit internet service providers from blocking, slowing, or speeding up the delivery of data based on business relationships they have with the content providers. Having failed to sway the agency to change course, opponents are making a last-ditch effort to save neutrality by asking Congress to intervene — at least delaying the vote until a few outstanding matters, like potentially a million fraudulent public comments, can be sorted out.
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