FCC sets new record with more than 10 million comments on net neutrality

FCC sets new record with more than 10 million comments on net neutrality

The public is fired up about net neutrality. More than 10 million comments have been filed at the Federal Communications Commission on a proposal to roll back net neutrality regulations. That's more than twice as many comments as were filed two years ago when the FCC was considering the current rules. The Republican-led FCC introduced a proposal in May to roll back the 2015 rules, and the first public comment period on the proposal ended Monday. A rebuttal period is now underway to allow for additional comments until August 16.

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