FCC chairman, touts return to Clinton-era as net neutrality ends

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June 11, 2018

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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai touted a return to past policies Monday morning as net neutrality regulations end.

Mr. Pai said this new approach is actually more like the policy set in place by former President Bill Clinton. The current FCC chairman explained that like Mr. Clinton, he aimed to adopt a more market-based approach rather than a “slow moving utility.”

The FCC named the order “Restoring Internet Freedom,” and believes that deregulating the internet will be better for consumers in the long run.

“President Clinton’s framework, it served us well from ‘96 until 2015, and I’m confident going forward,” he said on “CBS This Morning.”

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