The net neutrality debate is a complicated one, so naturally many of the loudest voices against its repeal last year resorted to doomsday rhetoric.
A number of House Democrats spread false information about the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality policy.
Left-wing media watchdog Media Matters for America accused Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai on Monday of retreating to Fox News to “avoid criticism” over the repeal of net neutrality, neglecting to tell readers he also appeared on several other programs.
Wired Magazine on Tuesday seemed to justify the vitriolic attacks that have been leveled at Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, over the Net Neutrality debate. The controversy arose when the magazine’s Twitter account attempted to promote a recently published profile of the chairman. The magazine tweeted a quote, from an unknown source who supports neutrality, …
The “internet as we know it may not exist” now that net neutrality has officially ended, the media are warning online.
Democrats have said they hope to ride anger over net neutrality to gains in 2018, but less than one in four likely voters claim to be familiar with the issue of net neutrality, according to new polling data.