What’s Next For Net Neutrality, As Mignon Clyburn Sees It?


On Dec. 14, the FCC voted in a 3-2 party-line vote led by Republicans to remove Title II classification of broadband internet. Democrat Mignon Clyburn describes the vote as one that “dismantles” the agency’s 2015 net neutrality rules.

As a long-standing champion of net neutrality and one of the two FCC Commissioners who vociferously objected to last week’s decision, Clyburn believes it is important for consumers and small businesses to understand what happens next.

Here’s what she has to say, presented in a Q&A format.

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