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Ajit Pai
Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. RTs, likes ≠ endorsements.
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Rep. Steve Scalise 22h
Americans want better internet access and they want it to be cheaper. The internet is not broken; the federal government does not need to come in and fix it.
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Joshua Wright 22h
Today is a big day for the , but fans of today's action should applaud 's persistent and thoughtful efforts to work with the and restore the 's jurisdiction and critical role as consumer protection enforcer in broadband markets.
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Maureen Ohlhausen 23h
.’s action today restored ’s ability to protect consumers & competition throughout the Internet ecosystem. Together we will move ahead to protect consumers & ensure they enjoy the many benefits of online . .
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Paul Ryan 24h
This is the right call by and the . The way to keep the internet free and open and protect consumers is to crack down on internet service providers that would abuse open access.
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The FCC 24h
The FCC just voted to restore the long-standing, bipartisan approach to protecting Internet freedom
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Truth on the Market Dec 13
The destiny of telecom regulation is antitrust
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jon gabriel Dec 13
alarmists are lying to you. 's plan is the key to a free internet. My latest for .
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Brendan Carr Dec 13
My remarks yesterday on how consumers & innovation win under the FCC's Internet Freedom proposal. Thanks to & American Consumer Institute for hosting!
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Matthew Berry Dec 13
President Obama's first Federal Trade Commission Chairman on 's plan to restore Internet freedom: "Consumers will remain protected, and the internet will continue to thrive."
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Ajit Pai Dec 13
What will you be able to do on the Internet after the repeals utility-style Internet regulations tomorrow? Everything. Here are a few examples.
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Vince Coglianese Dec 13
In Exclusive Daily Caller Sit Down, FCC’s Pai Says His ‘Net Neutrality’ Critics Have Gone Full ‘Spinal Tap’
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David Shepardson Dec 13
New: More than 100 House Republicans back net neutrality proposal
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Ajit Pai Dec 13
U.S. supports plan to restore Internet freedom, saying our Internet economy is the "direct result of a bipartisan desire to create an environment of advancement–one that utilized a light regulatory touch."
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Ajit Pai Dec 13
Restaurant patron arrested after causing "disturbance inside when she did not receive what she believed to be an adequate amount of sauce."
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Will Rinehart Dec 13
"The FCC should be highly skeptical of calls to substitute special economic regulation of the Internet for free and open competition enforced by the antitrust laws." The DOJ in 2007.
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jon gabriel Dec 13
  alarmists are lying to you. 's plan is the key to a free internet. My latest for .
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Ajit Pai Dec 13
A pleasure speaking with 's about , & consumer protection going forward, and how the is closing the through more investment in high-speed infrastructure.
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Ajit Pai Dec 13
President Obama's Chairman: after repeal of Internet regulations, "the sky isn’t falling. Consumers will remain protected, and the internet will continue to thrive."
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Josh Hammer Dec 13
This is quite good.
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Ajit Pai Dec 13
Thanks to for having me on to talk about , market-based regulation, and the need for a conversation about Internet transparency. Watch (at 35:35):
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