FCC Repeals Net Neutrality: Twitter Reactions Show Anger

Net neutrality court ruling: States can set own rules - CNET 2020-7-22 · Net neutrality court ruling: States can set own rules. A federal court upholds the FCC's repeal of Obama-era rules, but slams the agency for preempting state net neutrality laws. Biden FCC Would Restore Net Neutrality Rules - Multichannel 2020-7-10 · The FCC is an independent agency, but Biden would get to choose the chairman and have the majority, so it is likely the pendulum would indeed swing back toward the net neutrality … 'Time for the Agency to Come Clean': FCC Ordered to 2020-5-4 · The FCC's widely unpopular plan to repeal net neutrality protections, which took effect in 2018, garnered more than 22 million public comments. According to the New York attorney general's office, more than 9 million of the comments may have been submitted with stolen identities.. Gizmodo reported last year that "in May 2017, dozens of Americans came forward with claims that their … Net Neutrality | Public Knowledge : Public Knowledge

2020-7-5 · The FCC just voted in favor of a strong Net Neutrality rule to keep the Internet open and free. That happened because millions of Americans across the country didn't just care about this issue. Read a special thank-you message from the President, then learn more about how we got to where we are today.

FCC approves net neutrality rules, reclassifies broadband 2015-2-26 · And unlike the FCC's last stab at net neutrality in 2010, today's new rules also apply to mobile broadband. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler laid out the basic gist of the plan earlier this month -- … Is net neutrality dying? Has the FCC killed it? What comes

FCC Votes to Dismantle Net-Neutrality Rules Agency approved new policy that would unwind Obama-era regulations on internet traffic as part of regulatory rollback.

FCC ordered to provide IP addresses tied to fake net The FCC might not have much choice but to hand over data logs for fake net neutrality comments.A federal judge has ordered (via Gizmodo) the regulator to turn over server records to New York Times