FCC chairman Ajit Pai is saying that California’s net neutrality rules are illegal and poses a risk to the country.
Embattled American Regulator, the FCC, has admitted that their comment section was never actually hacked during net neutrality debate.
A lot of anger is boiling over after Ajit Pai lead the FCC to scrapping network neutrality. Now, one label has taken matters further by taking down Pai’s video.
In the wake of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to scrap network neutrality, Ajit Pai appears to be a not very popular person right now.
A commissioner for the FTC has come out to say that the regulator can’t protect network neutrality. This comes after anti-Internet forces say the FTC will take care of it.
The battle to save the Internet in the US is heating up as an increasing chorus of Americans call on the FCC to either stop or delay the vote. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai hit back at Americans, saying the vote will not be delayed and that Americans are merely “desperate”.
The battle for the open Internet is heating up. As the FCC plans to kill network neutrality, Internet companies big and small are pushing back.
Later this month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will hold a vote on whether or not to scrap key rules that gave the United States network neutrality rules.