FCC Chairman wants ‘voluntary’ net neutrality and critics are ready to fight

It’s been a short time since Congress voted to roll back rules on internet privacy, and it seems the Federal Communications Commission’s Chairman Ajit Pai is not pausing for breath as he moves towards dismantling net neutrality. Earlier this week, Pai met with telecommunications groups to discuss a plan to make net neutrality more voluntary than mandatory. Specifically, his plan is to switch from laws to adjustments in the ISPs terms of service, where they would agree not to slow or obstruct internet access. This would move net neutrality out of the FCC’s court entirely and over to the Federal…

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