US appeals court says it won’t reconsider the FCC’s net neutrality rules repeal

US appeals court says it won’t reconsider the FCC’s net neutrality rules repeal

According to US appeals court, it will not reconsider an Oct 2019 ruling rejecting requests by 15 US states and advocacy groups. In Dec 2017, the FCC reversed Obama-era rules prohibiting ISPs from blocking or throttling traffic or offering paid fast lanes, a blow to large tech companies and consumer groups that had championed the level playing field of net neutrality.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait
tinkerandthinker 1 months

net neutrality is not really neutral, and is a is a way for government to have control over the internet, change my mind.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 months

I can not wait for the day ELon Musk gets the remainder of the satellites he is launching to give everyone equal access to the web. Then I can leave behind forever the corrupt comcast type media FOREVER. I already turned off their "TV" programming propaganda years ago but was forced to pay them for internet as they are a complete monopoly.

Carisa D
Carisa D 1 months

Woot! More winning?! Can this week get any better? :D

Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes Bananas 1 months

Net neutrality prevents ISPs and big tech from joining together to throttle independent content creators, thus pushing competition off the Internet. It should be a bipartisan issue, but most people with an opinion don't seem to understand its purpose.

Orange Obama
Orange Obama 1 months

Thanks Ajit Creampai, I’m sure you and Verizon have the people’s best interests in mind 🙄

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 1 months

why are people fight to give the us government control of the internet

anthony 1 months

Equality and fairness take it up the ass again.

Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 1 months

The Dems should just make reinstitution of net neutrality a campaign issue. It's a guaranteed win with such massive public approval. Tie the repeal of net neutrality and the concerns around throttling connections to Trumps FCC. Only idiots support the sale of the internet to ISPs.

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 1 months

Won't stop California from essentially passing laws. Which will force ISP's to follow them as it's too expensive to have two separate way of doing things.

Craig 1 months

level playing field? in the us?... you can by a senator... a president... obviously information can be bought and held for ransom. this is our new hell.

Grand Ol Propaganda
Grand Ol Propaganda 1 months

Of course not! That would mean that Fix News would have to shut down! 🤣🤣🤣

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