May 18 - While you focused on the NY "Terrorist Attack" Net Neutrality goes down in flames

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May 18 - While you focused on the NY "Terrorist Attack" Net Neutrality goes down in flames
 

 
The US Federal Communications Commission voted 2-1 today to start the process of eliminating net neutrality rules and the classification of home and mobile Internet service providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act.

The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposes eliminating the Title II classification and seeks comment on what, if anything, should replace the current net neutrality rules. But Chairman Ajit Pai is making no promises about reinstating the two-year-old net neutrality rules that forbid ISPs from blocking or throttling lawful Internet content or prioritizing content in exchange for payment. Pai's proposal argues that throttling websites and applications might somehow help Internet users.

The FCC plans to take comments on its plan until August 16 (the docket is available here) and then make a final decision sometime after that.

The net neutrality rules were approved in February 2015 when Republicans were in the commission's minority. Today, Pai and fellow Republican Michael O'Rielly voted in favor of the plan to eliminate the rules while Democrat Mignon Clyburn voted to preserve them.

"The Internet was not broken in 2015" before the rules were imposed, Pai said today before the vote. "We were not living in a digital dystopia. Nonetheless, the FCC that year succumbed to partisan pressure from the White House and changed course." The rules imposed new regulatory burdens on ISPs both large and small, he said. The Title II rules also raised "the possibility of broadband rate regulation," making ISPs hesitate before building or expanding networks, he said.

The fear of rate regulation on consumer broadband services is based on hypotheticals, because the FCC has not imposed any rate regulation on home or mobile broadband.

O'Rielly today said that he dissented from the net neutrality vote in 2015 "because I was not persuaded based on the record before us that there was evidence of harm to businesses or consumers that warranted the adoption of the net neutrality rules, much less the imposition of heavy-handed Title II regulation on broadband providers."

Pro-net neutrality group Free Press recently published an updated list of alleged net neutrality violations by ISPs through the years.

"This is the beginning of the process, not the end," Pai said. After taking public comment for 90 days, the FCC "will follow the facts and law where they take us," Pai said. He also said the FCC will conduct a "credible cost-benefit analysis" before making final policy decisions.

The FCC "will not rely on hyperbolic statements about the end of the Internet as we know it, and 140-character argle-bargle, but rather on the data," Pai said.

Besides overturning the Title II classification, the NPRM "proposes to eliminate the catch-all Internet conduct standard created by the Title II Order," the FCC's announcement of the vote said. "Because the Internet conduct standard is extremely vague and expansive, ISPs must guess at what they are permitted to do. Eliminating the Internet conduct standard is therefore expected to promote innovation and network investment by eliminating regulatory uncertainty."

That standard allows the FCC to judge on a case-by-case basis whether actions by ISPs harm consumers or competitors, by requiring rates and practices to be "just" and "reasonable."

“Destroying Internet Freedom”

While Pai titled his plan, "Restoring Internet Freedom," Clyburn's dissenting statement gave it the alternate name, "Destroying Internet Freedom."

The plan "contains a hollow theory of trickle-down Internet economics, suggesting that if we just remove enough regulations from your broadband provider, they will automatically improve your service, pass along discounts from those speculative savings, deploy more infrastructure with haste, and treat edge providers fairly," Clyburn said. "It contains ideological interpretive whiplash, boldly proposing to gut the very same consumer and competition protections that have been twice-upheld by the courts... If you unequivocally trust that your broadband provider will always put the public interest, over their self-interest or the interest of their stockholders, then the Destroying Internet Freedom NPRM is for you."

Pai claims that net neutrality rules lower investment in broadband networks. Clyburn said that no "credible analysis" supports that argument and said the FCC plan fails to consider "what entrepreneurs invest in their Internet business, what risk venture capitalists plow into the Internet and telecom market, and what consumers pay for, and how they use, all of these services to create economic value."

Despite seeking public comment on whether to impose new net neutrality rules without the use of Title II, the Republican majority did not propose the use of any specific legal authority that could enforce such rules, she said.

More here - visit this link https://arstechnica.com/t .. itle-ii-rules/
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 1 year ago '05        #2
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fu*k this country
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 banga said:
I hope these punk f*ggot republican sellouts that voted for this sh*t get hacked severely on a regular basis.
Most of his voters have flip phones
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Good job Trump stans
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Resident Rump supporters aren't in here because they don't understand what any of this means

We need a breakdown suitable for a 3rd grader
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This should not be a partisan issue. Conservative and liberal alike both benefit from Net neutrality.
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 Ham Bannon said:
Good job Trump stans
Oh u didnt mind when u found out obama was tapping all our phones and emails and social media using the patriot act right ? Let me guess that was trumps fault too right ?
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It was 100% a domestic terrorism attack based on new video released.
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 dc3003 said:
Oh u didnt mind when u found out obama was tapping all our phones and emails and social media using the patriot act right ? Let me guess that was trumps fault too right ?

quote someone who cares what you have to say Trump groupie
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 Jimmy Russell said:
It was 100% a domestic terrorism attack based on new video released.
you dont know what domestic terrorism is.
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I work for the top ISP in the country and can tell you none of the so called good things them fu*k boi repubs say is gonna happen. Ajit can eat a bag of d!cks and choke!
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 dc3003 said:
Oh u didnt mind when u found out obama was tapping all our phones and emails and social media using the patriot act right ? Let me guess that was trumps fault too right ?
I bet when Bush passed the Patriot Act your f*ggotty trolling a.ss was on the sideline claiming, "If you got nothing to hide what does it matter?"

And what happened to posting in broken English, troll? You went from typing normally to chicken scratch and now you're back? I really don't understand what you trolls get out of taking up multiple identities online... WEIRD
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I can't stand these corrupt Republicans tryna pass off deregulation for their donors to make more money and tax cuts as "freedom" ��

These conservative voters never get it
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First post on this site in a while... but this is some bullsh*t right here. All of us need to revolt about this....
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 Boogersugar said:
I bet when Bush passed the Patriot Act your f*ggotty trolling a.ss was on the sideline claiming, "If you got nothing to hide what does it matter?"

And what happened to posting in broken English, troll? You went from typing normally to chicken scratch and now you're back? I really don't understand what you trolls get out of taking up multiple identities online... WEIRD
Just got a new phone havent found out how to turn off spell check yet
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all part of the plan
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 dc3003 said:
Oh u didnt mind when u found out obama was tapping all our phones and emails and social media using the patriot act right ? Let me guess that was trumps fault too right ?
This was going on well before Obama became president. This is W's doing.
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