Primary Document: FCC Releases Proposal to Gut Net Neutrality Rules
The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday published the text of its proposal to roll back the agency’s net neutrality rules, allowing the public to comment on the new plan.
The agency’s commissioners voted along party lines in support of the proposal, which aims to fulfill FCC Chairman FCC Ajit Pai’s promise to eliminate the utility-style regulatory framework the FCC adopted in 2015.
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Direct to FCC News Release
Direct to Restoring Internet Freedom Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
75 pages; PDF.
Statements by FCC Commissioners
Chairman Ajit Pai Statement
Commissioner Mignon Clyburn Statement
Commissioner Michael O’Rielly Statement
See Also: How to File a Comment with the FCC
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