Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has helpfully proposed some simple edits to Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to end Net Neutrality. Pai’s proposal is likely to be approved by the FCC on Thursday, and would be a major gift to the largest telecom providers in the country, including Pai’s former employer, Verizon, at the expense of the citizenry and our common good.
Removing most of Pai’s proposal, Clyburn’s alternative states that “After further review of the record, we affirm the 2015 Open Internet Order.”
Continue reading below Clyburn’s tweet for her two page fact sheet on Net Neutrality. Read the fact sheet in PDF.
In just 2 days, the @FCC majority will vote to repeal the nation’s #NetNeutrality rules. Today I will offer my colleagues an alternative proposal to #SaveNetNeutrality. Your thoughts? pic.twitter.com/sFQW3yi6KK
— Mignon Clyburn (@MClyburnFCC) December 12, 2017