HotAir.com: Did the FCC Cave on Net Neutrality?
The website HotAir.com posted an essay titled, “Did the FCC cave on Net Neutrality?” in which it accurately pointed out: Conservatives immediately lined up in opposition to any further regulation, while the Left issued recriminations over the dilution of Net Neutrality.”
“Coming out of the midterm elections in which voters appeared to signal anger over rapidly-expanding regulatory regimes, though, the vote would be seen as an act of defiance that could energize Obama’s opponents even further than they already are.”
Finishing on a familiar note, HotAir also takes note of the potential legal problems:
“Anything done will almost certainly get challenged again, and Congress will eventually proscribe the FCC’s authority on the Internet explicitly or through the budget process.”
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