California Attorney General Xavier Becerra expressed his strong opposition to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) proposal to repeal net neutrality rules, which allow consumers to access online content without interference or manipulation by an internet service provider (ISP). If the rules were to be repealed, an ISP could force web content providers to pay fees for faster internet speeds, limiting consumers’ ability to access the internet content of their choice. Attorney General Becerra and 12 attorneys general joined together to make clear in comments to the FCC that doing away with the net neutrality rules would be unwarranted.
“I vigorously oppose the FCC’s attempt to gut [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Breeze