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_creationDateDecember 25, 2017
_modificationDateDecember 25, 2017
_creatorYaron Koren
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TopicNet neutrality in the United States
Position_fragmentNet neutrality should be repealed
PositionNet neutrality in the United States / Net neutrality should be repealed
Position_linkNet neutrality should be repealed
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AuthorThe New York Times editorial board
SourceThe New York Times
DateDecember 3, 2017
URLhttps://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/03/opinion/fcc-net-neutrality-internet.html
QuoteMr. Pai says net neutrality rules put in place by the F.C.C. in 2015 have discouraged broadband companies from investing in the business. But he bases that on cherry-picked statistics. In fact, a comprehensive analysis of publicly traded internet service providers by Free Press, a public interest group, found that investment was up about 5 percent since those rules were enacted.
SummaryThe F.C.C. Wants to Let Telecoms Cash In on the Internet by The New York Times editorial board (The New York Times, December 3, 2017) (view)