NHMC asks why FCC is hiding ISPs’ answers to net neutrality complaints

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While the Federal Communications Commission said it has 18,000 carrier responses to network neutrality complaints, the National Hispanic Media Coalition says it has only received 823 pages worth. 

"The FCC has not produced any additional documents since we filed an Application for Review [on November 14]," said NHMC Special Policy Advisor Gloria Tristani. Besides carrier responses, "we are missing other documents as well, such as attachments to consumer complaints, consumer rebuttals, etc." The FCC has not explained why it didn't provide those documents, according to the NHMC.

The NHMC and other net neutrality advocates say the FCC should have conducted a detailed analysis of net neutrality complaints and resolutions before proceeding with its repeal. Instead,FCC Chairman Pai's anti-net neutrality proposal says that "in most instances, [the complaints] have not been verified," without providing much analysis.


NHMC asks why FCC is hiding ISPs’ answers to net neutrality complaints