One year ago this month, opponents of the FCC’s decision to loosen Title II regulations told us the Internet as we know it would end. It didn’t.
If we’re focusing on peripheral issues, we’re going to come up with bad solutions.
Ajit Pai said that some advocates of net neutrality saw a political advantage in fomenting fear about the policy's end.
In a largely symbolic show of displeasure with the Trump administration's repeal of the rules, Democrats were joined by a handful of Republican colleagues.
The Obama-era rules, which were recently scuttled by the FCC, would regulate Internet-service providers as public utilities.
As repeal of the Obama-era Open Internet Order took effect Monday, mainstream outlets expressed alarm.