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Today's Supreme Court decision is good news for supporters of net neutrality because it means that the DC Circuit court's "previous decision upholding both the FCC's classification of broadband as a telecommunications service, and its rules prohibiting broadband providers from blocking or degrading Internet content, remains in place," senior counsel John Bergmayer of consumer advocacy group Public Knowledge said.
"Much of the current FCC’s argument [against net neutrality] depends on ignoring or contradicting the DC Circuit’s earlier findings, but now that these are firmly established as binding law, the Pai FCC’s case is on even weaker ground than before," Bergmayer said.
originally posted by: Quantumgamer1776
a reply to: Mahogany
You ever see Ajit Pai’s appearances on tv? The guy is so cringe and tries so hard to be the young hip internet guy it’s hard to watch. He tries to act like his goals of internet control are all in good fun and won’t hurt anybody.