Mashable: What to expect when you’re expecting the net neutrality debate to begin

On Thursday,  the Trump FCC will vote to adopt a final “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking” (NPRM) that will officially begin the effort to repeal the 2015 network neutrality rules and the legal authority upon which they are based — Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. Title II says that broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Comcast and AT&T are essential “telecommunications services,” and as such, can be prohibited from discriminating against or favoring certain Internet traffic.

Anticipating a huge outcry, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai two weeks ago opened a “docket” for the public to submit comments, and it has — over one million comments have already been submitted. The final NPRM will start the official period for comments and reply comments on the proposal to repeal the rules  (comments are currently due on July 17; replies on August 16). Comments can be submitted here, but you must wait until the NPRM is released (likely Thursday afternoon).
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