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It is almost hard to believe but true; yes, the FCC actually fined AT&T $100 million dollars for throttling-down end-users’ ‘net access speed! Bravo!
Wouldn’t it be nice (even Utopian) if the FCC’s ‘net Neutrality ruling was just enacted and America’s Internet access was finally treated like a Public Utility?
The FCC’s ‘net Neutrality ruling passed the first (of unfortunately what looks to be many) Telecommunication Industry objections as it was upheld in court to proceed as enacted (at this juncture).
According to the FCC’s Chairman, lawsuits will not beat ‘net Neutrality this time (again proving how inane this entire exercise is/was in and as far as why wasn’t America’s ‘next access determined as a Public Utility months/years ago?)
It should not come as any surprise that (as previously stated) America’s Telecommunications Industry is fighting the FCC over the ‘net Neutrality ruling…
Despite the expected legal backlash from AT&T and Verizon regarding the FCC’s ‘net Neutrality ruling, let’s hope that they can actually act as an independent authority and hold their ground versus caving to political pressure and partisan politics.
The American General Public: 1 | Telecommunication’s Special Interests: 0. (Let’s hope this is actually the final score). Not only did the FCC actually do their job and past ‘net Neutrality rules but it is clear that when people get … Continue reading
If the reports are true (which skeptics will obviously await seeing become a reality) the FCC is actually planning on terming The Internet (yes, the ‘net) as a Public Utility… which means that America’s Telco Special Interests are in all … Continue reading
‘net Neutrality (not the bogus use of the term by the Special Interests representing America’s Telecom Industry) but actual ‘neutrality’ is at a crucial juncture regarding whether or not said entity will actually wind-up being classified like a Public Utility.