Last week the newly appointed FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai aimed to reverse a number of FCC regulations. Targeted regulations include Net Neutrality provisions that ensure open internet access regardless of provider and eliminating subsidies for companies providing broadband discounts to low-income families. While no one is surprised at these rapid attacks, it has led to a fear that open internet protections like Net Neutrality are effectively dead. But FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn doesn't think so.
Mignon Clyburn, commissioner at the Federal Communications Commission since being sworn in in 2009.