Internet Service Providers Reaffirm Commitment To Open & Free Internet

Reiterate No Blocking, Censorship, Throttling Or Discrimination

Members Of The Alaska Telecom Association: “We Are Writing To Assure You And All Alaskans That We Are Committed To The Principles Of Net Neutrality.  We Do Not Block Websites.  We Do Not Censor Content.  We Do Not Throttle, Discriminate Or Degrade Network Performance Based On Content.” (Christine O’Conner & Dave Goggins, “The ATA’s Stance On Net Neutrality,” Daily News-Miner, 6/10/18)

Adak Telephone Utility
Alaska Communications
Alaska Power & Telephone Company
Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative
Bristol Bay Telephone Cooperative
Bush-Tell
Copper Valley Telephone Cooperative
Cordova Telephone Cooperative
GCI, KPU Telecommunications
Matanuska Telephone Association
Nushagak Cooperative
OTZ Telephone Cooperative
Summit Telephone Company
TelAlaska
United Utilities

Mediacom: Providing Open Internet “Is The Right Thing To Do.” “In terms of our clients and our customers, this is a non-event.  [Providing open internet access] is just what we think is the right thing to do.  Why should we make our product less valuable by shorting the consumer?” (Danny Lawhon, “Net Neutrality Is No More.  In Iowa, Is That A ‘Non-Event’ Or The Next Great Divide?,” Des Moines Register, 6/14/18)

CenturyLink: “Thanks To CenturyLink’s Terms Of Service And Our Commitment To An Open Internet, The Change In FCC Rules Will Not Change Anything For CenturyLink Customers.  Baseline Rules Are Essential For Every Internet Company To Allow For The Security And Privacy Of Consumers To Be Protected.” (Danny Lawhon, “Net Neutrality Is No More.  In Iowa, Is That A ‘Non-Event’ Or The Next Great Divide?,” Des Moines Register, 6/14/18)

Cox: “We Do Not Block, Throttle, Or Otherwise Interfere With Consumers’ Desire To Go Where They Want On The Internet.” “Cox remains committed to providing an open internet experience for customers that is consistent with net neutrality principles.  Shifts in how internet services are classified by regulators does not change our commitment.  We do not block, throttle, or otherwise interfere with consumers’ desire to go where they want on the internet.” (Danny Lawhon, “Net Neutrality Is No More.  In Iowa, Is That A ‘Non-Event’ Or The Next Great Divide?,” Des Moines Register, 6/14/18)

Windstream: “We Stand By Our Mission To Provide A Fast, Secure, And Reliable High-Speed Connection And To Allow Our Customers To Do Everything They Love On The Internet, Without Interference.” (Danny Lawhon, “Net Neutrality Is No More.  In Iowa, Is That A ‘Non-Event’ Or The Next Great Divide?,” Des Moines Register, 6/14/18)

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