I’m bringing this blog out of dormancy to add my voice to the chorus of people defending net neutrality. It isn’t the first time; we’ve been here before when the rules were first adopted by the Federal Communications Commission in 2015. New president, new people in charge, but the reasons for keeping this rule in place remain the same. I said what I needed to say in a comment to the FCC, reproduced below.
The FCC should safeguard Internet freedom by keeping the bright-line net neutrality protections in place and upholding Title II.