What’s Missing in 313 Pages of Net Neutrality Rules?

Having finally read the elusive Net Neutrality rules document, SoundReason.org’s Josh Srago pulls no punches in his latest column.

CI Staff

The public didn’t get a chance to see what was then a 317-page document detailing the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet or Net Neutrality rules that it ultimately voted 3-2 in favor of passing.

That meant that Josh Srago of SoundReason.org, for many the de facto spokesperson for how net neutrality will affect the integration industry, has had to temper his passionate takes with speculation.

Not anymore.

The notorious document, now 313 pages without a Commissioner opinion section, has been released. Fueled by 313 pages of Net Neutrality rules reading, Srago pulls no punches in his latest column.

“The public reaction leads me to believe most of the over 1 million daily Internet users in the United States still don’t fully comprehend what was being decided,” Srago writes.

Read “Bias of Net Neutrality Rules” on SoundReason.org now.

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