Net Neutrality Law’s Expiry Date Officially Revealed
The Federal Communications Commission has set the deadline for net neutrality law to end on June 11. Are you ready?
Recently, the FCC has revealed the official starting day of net neutrality repeal.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai revealed:
“Now, on June 11, these unnecessary and harmful internet regulations will be repealed and the bipartisan, light-touch approach that served the online world well for nearly 20 years will be restored.”
Last December, the agency voted to repeal the net neutrality law and was given favor by the court. It’s the guidelines that forbid ISPs from blocking, slowing down or speeding up access to particular apps, contents, and websites. Already a portion of the repeal took effect on April 23. However, the rest needs the approval of the Office of Management and Budget.
Democratic Senators are working hard to push a vote to overturn the repeal of the net neutrality law. In case the resolution succeeds the Senate, it will still deal with other hurdles in the House.
Part of the FCC’s to-be-released document says “The Federal Communications Commission’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order will take effect on June 11, returning the regulation of Internet service providers to the bipartisan, light-touch approach that fostered rapid Internet growth, openness, and freedom for nearly 20 years.”
Former FCC chairman Tom Wheeler counselor, Gigi Sohn said that the net neutrality’s fate is going to be gloomy throughout the year. The local legislation will certainly result in a moment of truth wherein 20 states filed a case against the agency that wants to repeal the net neutrality law.
Decenternet is designed to counter the repeal of net neutrality law. It treats all apps, contents, and other websites equally while providing users boundless access. There are no interferences since it has excellent stability with no slowing or speeding up of connections without discrimination.
The platform likewise protects and secures the consumers’ personal data. It does not give out any information to anyone without consent. Also, all updates are to the advantage of the users and don’t use system resources for espionage.”>