A person responsible for the country 's largest telecommunications regulator said California' s efforts to establish its own network neutrality rules were "illegal".
"Microgestion in California State poses risks to the rest of the world," Ajit Pai chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said at the Maine Heritage Policy Center. Ultimately, broadband is an interstate service, Internet traffic does not recognize the border, and only the federal government can establish regulatory policy in this area.
Last month, the Communication Transportation Committee of California State LegislatureIt strongly protects network neutrality. In his speech Pi called it a "fundamental and anti-consumer" bill.
California Democratic Party member Senator Scott Winner I reacted to Pai's remarks.
Wiener said, "SB 822 is necessary and legal as President Pa abandoned responsibility for guaranteeing the open Internet." "Because the FCC states that the power to protect the open Internet no longer exists, the FCC has no legal authority to hinder the privacy of the state, residents and their economies.
Mr. Wiener,Pai did nothing at all without saying anything, but this silence is much more than his words today. "
The idea that network neutrality, or all Internet traffic should be handled equally, has been largely debated in recent years. Consumers, technology companies, Democrats are seeking strict regulations prohibiting traffic prioritization.
Under the Obama administration, FCC …
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