CPI: Ajit Pai and the FCC’s Rationale on Net Neutrality ‘Shallow at Best and Ridiculous at Worst”

When Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai decided to scrap net neutrality, he claimed that Obama-era regulations were slowing down the nationwide deployment of broadband services. A new analysis from the Center for Public Integrity, published Tuesday, calls Pai’s reasoning ‘shallow at best and ridiculous at worst.’ The conclusion shouldn’t come as a shock—Pai’s decision The post CPI: Ajit Pai and the FCC’s Rationale on Net Neutrality ‘Shallow at Best and Ridiculous at Worst” appeared first on Legal Reader.

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