The FCC’s arguments against net neutrality make no sense

Let’s ignore the bit about the government controlling the internet, which is not what net neutrality is or what the rules under Title II will allow. Instead, let’s focus on the last bit about the “light touch” used by President Clinton. The TL;DR version of Ajit Varadaraj Pai’s argument is that Title II as established under the 1934 Communications Act is outdated and is not equipped to effectively regulate the internet. Instead, we should return to rules established in 1996. – Terrence O’Brien, Engadget