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uproxx | Monday January 8, 2018
Netflix Vows To See The FCC In Court In The Fight For Net Neutrality
The FCC has trumpeted the death of Obama-era net neutrality regulations and appears pretty confident (arguably to the point of condescension) that the repeal isn’t anything consumers should bother being upset about. On Friday, a number of web giants spoke up (again) about the battle they vow to engage in to prevent the FCC’s dismantlement plans. Wired reports that industry titans like Google, Amazon and Facebook are ready for legal action against the FCC courtesy of the lobbying group the Internet Association who will join lawsuits taking aim at stopping the agency’s repeal of previous regulations. The Internet Association has indicated that they won’t be launching any independent in this matter, electing to throw their weight behind the legal action commenced by other parties. The final version of Chairman Pai’s rule, as expected, dismantles popular net neutrality protections for consumers,” said Internet Association President Michael Beckerman via statement. “This rule defies the will of a bipartisan majority of Americans and fails to preserve a free and open internet. IA intends to act as an intervenor in judicial action against this order and, along with our member companies, will continue our push to restore strong, enforceable net neutrality protections through a legislative solution.” Streaming colossus Netflix took aim at...Read more