FCC chairman Ajit Pai is saying that California’s net neutrality rules are illegal and poses a risk to the country.
In a move that will surprise few Internet advocates, big US ISPs are throttling Netflix and YouTube post network neutrality repeal.
After a long hard fought battle, the state of California has passed network neutrality laws. The move defies federal regulators.
Embattled American Regulator, the FCC, has admitted that their comment section was never actually hacked during net neutrality debate.
The FCC’s network neutrality repeal has now been published in the federal register. This signals the next stage in the battle to save the Internet in the US.
Two more states are throwing their support behind network neutrality in defiance of regulators.
Democratic senators appear to be making inroads in getting sponsors to a bill that would reverse the FCC net neutrality repeal.
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.
As the shock of the FCC’s network neutrality repeal sets in, a recently leaked document shows that there was push back from within.
After the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to scrap network neutrality, government officials have already kicked off litigation in an effort to save network neutrality.