Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Google, Amazon, Facebook and more beg FCC to respect net neutrality

Rumor had it last week that the Federal Communications Commission was planning to roll back rules protecting net neutrality. Now several major companies who make up the backbone of the internet are fighting the change. The Internet Association, a lobby repping Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Netflix and others, met with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai earlier this week and filed a summary of the meeting. It sounds like they’re content with net neutrality rules as they are: The internet industry is uniform in its belief that net neutrality preserves the consumer experience, competition, and innovation online. In other words, existing net neutrality…

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