Oct 01, 2019 · The FCC’s failure to consider all aspects of its net neutrality repeal only highlights the need for strong rules that ensure the agency has adequate authority to act as a cop on the beat to protect consumers in an uncompetitive broadband marketplace.

Net neutrality: What Trump and the FCC's plan means for President Trump's FCC chairman Ajit Pai proposed ending net neutrality. Net neutrality is the principle that internet service providers can't discriminate among websites (or apps). Ending the rule would allow ISPs like Verizon and Comcast to charge more money to use different websites. The vote is scheduled for Thursday, December 14. Net Neutrality: Court Rules FTC Can Regulate Internet Feb 26, 2018 FCC to Formalize Network-Neutrality Rules - Multichannel Saying the Federal Communications Commission must be a "smart cop on the beat preserving a free and open Internet," chairman Julius Genachowski Monday proposed Biden FCC Would Restore Net Neutrality Rules - Multichannel

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If passed out of the Senate and House and signed by the president, the order will void the FCC's action and prohibit the FCC from reissuing similar rules in the future. State Action. Legislators in 28 states [DD1] have introduced 65 bills requiring internet service providers to put in place various net neutrality … FCC votes to protect the internet with Title II regulation

After the Federal Communications Commission Restoring Internet Freedom Order and transparency rule amendments became effective June 11, 2018, overturning earlier requirements on net neutrality requirements on internet service providers, state legislators responded by introducing net neutrality legislation at the state level.

The court concluded the FCC could not apply anti-blocking and nondiscrimination provisions to broadband providers. Here's what that means. Verizon vs. FCC Decision Torpedoes Net Neutrality | … Judge sides with NYT over Ajit Pai — orders FCC to provide May 05, 2020 The former head of the FCC shares thoughts on net neutrality May 18, 2018