Here's the FCC's Plan to Kill Net Neutrality

Source: Gizmodo

The FCC on Wednesday released a draft order that would effectively repeal landmark Obama-era regulations that ensure internet service providers offer consumers equal access to online content and services.
The 210-page proposal spells the end of net neutrality—the principle that internet providers, or ISPs, should be restricted from blocking or slowing traffic to websites whenever they choose, or from charging customers extra fees to access to high-quality services, such as those streaming 4K content.

The order, if passed on December 14th during the FCC’s open hearing, would effectively abdicate the commission’s authority to regulate ISPs under Title II of the Communications Act, significantly curtailing oversight of broadband access.