While he's at it, wish AG would bring up why he's messing around with Net Neutrality.
> Any claim that Chairman Pai is modifying the rules now to benefit one particular company is completely baseless.
Yeah. It's really more of a pattern of changes designed to create and empower a nationwide corporate oligarchy of hyper loyal media companies capable of restricting information access on as many platforms as possible for as many people as possible. It's very Putin-esque: blurring the line between business and government with a focus on loyalty, control over individuals, and wealth centralization.
What we need are laws to prevent this. I am becoming numb to the ever persistent battle every few months. They are going to win unless it can be stopped indefinitely
Ajits reply on this tells us everything we need to know. It tells us that all this is true and that he is a worthless bought and sold political hack.
Two congressmen do not a congress make.
This whole FCC thing is so fundamentally incorrect that we should be seeing half of the Republicans and all of the Democrat congressmen up in arms.
Two congressmen is a start, let's keep pressuring them until they take action. Keep emailing calling and texting. Don't get discouraged. Now's when your voice matters most. SEO and commercialism have already turned our heterogeneous web of information culture and entertainment into a homogenized sales floor. We really need to fight hard to keep what's left. Cross post this site, find other articles like it. Comment on every post. If you're not sure who your representatives are you can look them up by typing your ZIP code and even get their contact information at the house of representatives site. https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative
And when it comes time for the next election even the local city elections VOTE for who has YOUR BEST INTERESTS as part of their platform. VOTE for the BEST PERSON FOR THE JOB and stop playing populist favorites. And most important of all VOTE every damn time!
So isn’t the fact that he was Verizon’s attorney enough to establish a conflict of interest?