The FCC Has Always Defended Net Neutrality. Why Stop Now?

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[Commentary] Despite Internet service providers’ clearly stated threats and attempts to circumvent net neutrality protections, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai wants to unilaterally disarm the FCC and move broadband providers from light-touch regulation to no regulation. That would be disaster for the Internet ecosystem. The U.S. has always had a free and open Internet precisely because of net neutrality protections. The only danger now is Pai catapulting us into a future without it.

[Barbara van Schewick is the director of the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society]


The FCC Has Always Defended Net Neutrality. Why Stop Now?