Friday, January 5, 2018

States to enact their own 'Net neutrality rules

After Trump's FCC unconstitutionally scrapped Obama-era protections for 'Net neutrality, some states are enacting protections of their own.

California, New York, and Washington are writing their own 'Net neutrality rules, and other states are expected to follow. The FCC's new diktat ostensibly prevents states from protecting 'Net neutrality, but some state officials say the FCC lacks that power. After all, the FCC has no army. All it has is its stupid little van that wastes gas as it drives around to raid "pirate" radio stations at the wrong address.


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