Thursday’s vote by the Federal Communications Commission to revoke its 2015 net neutrality rules generated heated commentary from both supporters and opponents of the move. On a party-line vote, Trump-appointed chairman Ajit Pai and two other Republican commissioners voted in favor of revoking the rules, while the two Democrats on the commission voted against the move.
Once the rules go into effect, for the first time in more than a decade the agency will have no policy explicitly prohibiting Internet service providers from blocking, slowing or otherwise discriminating against online sites and services. In general, telecommunications companies were the winners, while consumers and Internet companies lost out. Here are some of the reactions:
Jay Stanley, American Civil Liberties Union senior policy analyst
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Fight the Future, a non-profit in favor of net neutrality
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (on Twitter)
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky (on Twitter)
Bob Quinn, senior executive vice president at AT&T (t)