FCC commissioner: Dropping net neutrality will help consumers


With the reversal of the Obama-era net neutrality policy set to take effect June 1, Democrats and some Republicans are scrambling to block the move legislatively, but an FCC commissioner says none of the nightmare scenarios are going to play out.

Many people completely miss what’s really changing, and the biggest changes likely will be better, faster and cheaper broadband, said FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr.

On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate voted 52-47 through the Congressional Review Act to reverse the FCC’s December action on net neutrality. Supporters of the resolution, including three Republicans, fear that ending net neutrality will result in slower


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