Commissioner Carr Opposes Biden's Internet Control Plan

The Federal Communications Commission will vote on April 25 to further expand the government’s power over the Internet. It will do so by implementing President Biden’s call for the FCC to impose utility-style “net neutrality” regulations on the Internet through Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. This decision follows the five-member FCC’s partisan, 3-2 vote last October to seek public comment on this action.  And it comes on the heels of President Biden’s demand that the FCC give the Administrative State new controls over the Internet through “digital equity” rules, which the agency did last November through a party-line vote.  All of these steps are part of the Biden Administration’s plan for expanding government control of the Internet. I oppose President Biden’s plan.  The American people want more freedom on the Internet—not freewheeling micromanagement by government bureaucrats.

Carr Opposes Biden's Internet Control Plan