The FCC Just Voted to Sign the Internet Over to Greedy Telecoms

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On December 14, 2017, the FCC’s vote was cheered by greedy telecoms and people who didn’t have a clue what net neutrality was.

Today, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal the 2015 Open Internet Order that classified broadband service as a utility under the FCC’s Title II rules and thus sign the Internet over to greedy telecoms. The 3-2 vote was along partisan lines, of course, with the Republicans on the board in favor of the repeal.

The vote was immediately decried by the Democrats at the commission, at least 18 state attorneys general, other pro-net neutrality lawyers, and most Americans.

 

But these unelected bureaucrats at the FCC still did as they pleased, at the behest of their corporate puppet masters.

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