Agency’s lack of neutrality will taint its eventual court case over Title II
FCC Commissioner: Obama's Internet Regs Will Turn Fast American Networks Into Slow European Networks
‘Why would we want to enact President Obama’s plan to import European-style regulation into the United States?’
Municipal broadband provider that Obama once praised now opposes him on net neutrality
‘The American people are being misled about President Obama’s plan to regulate the Internet’
‘Fixing’ what’s not broken — what a stupid idea’
‘I am interested in hearing… in particular how the FCC communicated with the White House’
‘If you like dealing with the IRS, you are going to love the president’s plan’
‘We really see Wheeler as having flip-flopped’
‘Today, Chairman Wheeler announced that he will ask the FCC to adopt President Obama’s plan to regulate the Internet’
‘These enforceable, bright-line rules will ban paid prioritization, and the blocking and throttling of lawful content and services’
‘Using this authority, I am submitting to my colleagues the strongest open internet protections ever proposed by the FCC’
‘Net neutrality and Title II FCC Internet regulation are not the same’
‘it is clear that many of the limitations or restrictions appear to be justified practices by state governments’
Net neutrality could lead the FCC to lose everything in court or in a change of administration
‘The governments of the world are watching to see if the FCC officially votes to de-Americanize the Internet with a U-turn change in American Internet policy’
Title II requires congressional approval.
Republicans propose net neutrality compromise
Isn’t Congress due the same deference from the FCC that the FCC expects from the courts?
Move compared Reid’s ‘nuclear option’ and Obama’s ‘executive action’
There is no Internet monopoly. Stop saying there is one.