I am pleased that the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit emphasizes the limits of the Commission’s authority to regulate the Internet. The D.C. Circuit’s strong words today remind us that as an independent agency, we must always be constrained by the statute. We stray from it at our peril.
Translation, thank you daddy for spanking me!
With regard to the substantive policy at issue in this case"net neutrality"I would oppose calls to use the court’s decision as a pretext to reclassify broadband Internet access services under monopolyera Title II regulation.
didn't the court just dismiss your say in the matter? Shut up.
The FCC is firmly committed to promoting an open Internet and to policies that will bring the enormous benefits of broadband to all Americans. It will rest these policies -- all of which will be designed to foster innovation and investment while protecting and empowering consumers -- on a solid legal foundation.
the accounts i see say that you were stripped of your regulatory authority, so explain to me why I should care what you think
. But the Court in no way disagreed with the importance of preserving a free and open Internet; nor did it close the door to other methods for achieving this important end.”
thanks for pointing that out, but considering that courts dont make policy, nor do they talk about possible methods which are not before the court, why are you pointing out the obvious?
OH, you needed some BS to fill space....got it.