Remaining FCC Commissioners Promise to Gut Net Neutrality ‘As Soon As Possible’

Federal Communications Commission chairmen Ajit Pai and Michael O’Rielly sent a joint letter to the telecom industry’s five largest lobbying groups this week […] In their letter to telecoms, Pai and O’Rielly focused much of their attention on shielding small businesses from parts of the net neutrality rules that require ISPs to report network performance metrics (like speed, delays, and dropped requests). Their comments were a direct response to a letter sent to the FCC from the five major telecom lobbying groups who argued that reporting network performance requires expensive equipment and hurts business. – Michael Nunez, Gizmodo