Hearings Highlight Congressional Efforts to Undermine Net Neutrality
These are treacherous days for Net Neutrality. Though the FCC has scheduled a vote on new rules for Feb. 26 -- and is signaling it will go our way -- opponents in Congress are scrambling to derail the process.
This week both the House and Senate held hearings to debate whether Congress should take up legislation -- drafted by some of the Internet's worst enemies -- that would undermine the FCC's ability to protect Internet users.
The right choice was as clear after the hearings as it was before: Congress should back off and let the FCC do its job.