FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has gone on the attack to defend his proposal to roll back net neutrality regulations.
Pai said in a speech Tuesday he wanted to “cut through the hysteria and hot air” about the proposal he unveiled last week that would unwind the Obama-era rules that prevent broadband companies from controlling consumers’ internet experience.
The Federal Communications Commission chairman defended his plan as a return to a light regulatory framework established by President Bill Clinton in the 1990s at the dawn of the commercial internet. Then he went on the attack against social media platform Twitter, accusing it and other unnamed internet companies of censorship.
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