Although the FCC just voted to kill Net Neutrality regulations initially put in place back in 2015, the fight is far from over. The 3-2 vote to dismantle Title II internet protections has faced heavy criticism from tech companies and government officials alike, with many calling on congress to overturn the FCC’s decision. Netflix and Google were quick to fire off tweets confirming their support of strong net neutrality protections. Google statement on #NetNeutrality repeal. pic.twitter.com/WVgmswBCJW — Mark Bergen (@mhbergen) December 14, 2017 We’re disappointed in the decision to gut #NetNeutrality protections that ushered in an unprecedented era of innovation, creativity & civic engagement. This is the beginning of a longer legal battle. Netflix stands w/ innovators, large & small, to oppose this misguided FCC order. — Netflix US (@netflix) December 14, 2017 New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was one of the first to release a statement regarding the FCC’s decision, informing the public that he will lead a multi-state lawsuit to stop the commission’s “illegal rollback” of Net Neutrality regulations. “New Yorkers deserve the right to a free and open Internet,” Schneiderman said. “That’s why we will sue to stop the FCC’s illegal rollback of net neutrality.” Schneiderman… Read full this story
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