Thursday, 24 May 2018

Airbnb, Reddit, Twitter fight back against FCC net neutrality repeal

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 28 November 17

Web cos send Cyber Monday letter urging chairman Pai to leave the rules alone

The pushback against the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC's) plan to scrap net neutrality stepped up a gear late on Monday, when Airbnb, Reddit and Twitter joined nearly 250 companies to send a letter urging the U.S. telco watchdog to keep the current rules in place. "Without these rules, Internet service providers will be able to favour certain Websites and e…

The pushback against the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC's) plan to scrap net neutrality stepped up a gear late on Monday, when Airbnb, Reddit and Twitter joined nearly 250 companies to send a letter urging the U.S. telco watchdog to keep the current rules in place. "Without these rules, Internet service providers will be able to favour certain Websites and e…

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