When the FCC imposed Obama’s view of regulation on the Internet — so-called “net neutrality” rules — the corporations that helped him take over the Internet got a last minute reprieve from having to follow them. But now the biggest supporter of Obama’s government takeover of the Internet — with exclusions for Obama’s select corporate cronies, of course — is about to get its reward. And it’s a doozy.
UPDATE: Throttled! Why is the FCC Throttling and Blocking More Than 2,200 Opposition Comments from PIF Members?
After the FCC’s reporting of a “software glitch” that prevented the filing of over 2,000 PIF member comments in the privacy docket, we decided to deliver comments the old-fashioned way – by hand delivering them to the FCC. After all, during PIF’s numerous phone calls with the FCC, the agency officials still have not been able to pinpoint for us the technical issue preventing our comments from populating the privacy docket, despite their often conflicting public statements.Read More
Throttled! Why is the FCC Throttling and Blocking More Than 2,200 Opposition Comments from PIF Members?
Facebook may not be the only one making headlines this week for potentially blocking online content that runs contrary to its views. Protect Internet Freedom members have been very vocal in their opposition to the FCC for new privacy regulations that bind everyone else in red tape while excluding Google, and other corporate cronies that supported Obama’s Internet takeover.Read More