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FCC issues final version of order eliminating net neutrality rules

FCC issues final version of order eliminating net neutrality rules

"Pai has attended CES in Las Vegas for the last five years, and this would have been his first appearance as chairman of the FCC", Business Insider notes.

It is the second time that Pai's safety has been threatened.

Pai suddenly cancelled his appearance at the major tech industry conference CES on Wednesday. Additionally, he nearly certainly would have faced questions about the decision to repeal the net neutrality rules. Shapiro has voiced his support for Pai's controversial reversal of net neutrality legislation as well. The Federal Communications Commission chair cancelled after receiving death threats, according to anonymous sources cited by Recode and Axios.

The FCC has released the final text of the order it voted on last month that is set to undo the net neutrality rules established in 2015.

Bills end 17-year National Football League playoffs drought
Buffalo will face Jacksonville next weekend, while fellow Wild Card team Tennessee will travel to Kansas City. It ended with Landry picking up a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct and getting ejected from the game.

Pai was slated to participate in a "candid conversation" on 9th January with FTC Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen, who will still attend.

While it's likely that the majority of attendees at CES do not have a favorable opinion of Pai, the reason for the cancellation is unclear since the FCC declined to comment.

Finds that the regulatory uncertainty created by utility-style Title II regulation has reduced Internet service provider (ISP) investment in networks, as well as hampered innovation, particularly among small ISPs serving rural consumers.

Two people briefed on the matter said multiple security agencies were involved in investigating the threats. At this year's event, he was scheduled to be interviewed by CTA President Gary Shapiro about topics including the nation's broadband policy, connectivity, and spectrum issues. Democratic Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Meghan Clyburn voted against the repeal.


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