Democratic lawmakers and other social media users voiced their outrage at the Federal Communications Commission’s vote on Thursday to repeal the net neutrality regulations instituted by the Obama administration.
CNN expressed alarm after the Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality rules, featuring a story on the front page of its website with the headline “End of the internet as we know it” that described the internet regulations as efforts to “keep the web open and fair.”
A security team abruptly evacuated a Federal Communications Commission meeting as officials were debating and about to vote on the future of net neutrality.
A New York man was arrested for making a death threat against Rep. John Katko over the net neutrality debate, the latest in a string of threats from advocates of the liberal policy.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai on Tuesday hit back at tech giants and celebrities who oppose his effort to rescind Obama administration net neutrality regulations.
The Federal Communications Commission’s Ajit Pai is returning federal regulation of the internet to a “much more rational” approach by repealing net neutrality, the chairman said in an interview with the Washington Free Beacon.
Pai says he holds the “very radical” position once held by former Democratic president Bill Clinton: a hands-off approach to allow the internet to continue to flourish free from burdensome government rules.
A Democratic member of the Federal Communications Commission is being criticized for politicizing hurricane recovery efforts within her agency.
The Federal Communications Commission voted 2-1 to begin the process of reversing the Obama administration’s net neutrality rules.