When it comes to net neutrality, AT&T can’t be trusted

Just before the deadline to submit comments to the FCC regarding net neutrality, AT&T managed to slip a statement in. It was a statement that, after reading, it was probably hoping you didn’t notice. In it, Joan Marsh, Executive VP of Regulatory & State External Affairs, attempted to woo a populace largely in favor of net neutrality. And as you’d might expect, AT&T used a mixture of half-truths and outright falsehoods to do the convincing. In short, Marsh’s statement was mostly bullshit. Nothing in the history of broadband remotely suggests that Title II regulation is necessary to ensure an open…This story continues at The Next Web by Bryan Clark #TheNextWeb #Internet #tech #news


August 31, 2017 at 04:08PM

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