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Tom Wheeler slams Ajit Pai’s devise to kill net neutrality rules

Former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler took aim at his successor’s devise to eliminate net neutrality manners today, observant that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is selling out consumers and entrepreneurs at the insistence of major Internet service providers.

“ISP corner carriers have been trying for 4 years to get to this point,” Wheeler said, indicating to a 2013 story in The Washington Post about how telecoms were trying to “shift law of their broadband businesses to other agencies that don’t have scarcely as much energy as the FCC.”

Pai’s rejecting of net neutrality rules, scheduled for a opinion on Dec 14, will also change consumer insurance shortcoming to the Federal Trade Commission and dissuade state and internal governments from essay their own net neutrality rules.

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