Ms. Rosenworcel has not been paying attention and does not seem to understand the new role of the FCC under Chairman Pai.
Never mind, there are plenty of qualified candidates available who will do a much better job.
We will ask Comcast or Verizon if they can recommend anyone.
The report will be used to justify a Sprint-T Mobile merger. Looks like people have been paid off.....
nicely slow-rolled tension in the headline
I had to read to the middle of the article before I read "I know it when I see it."
Unfortunately, the Pai approach is "I'll see [to] it when I believe it", with cash and political capital being a powerful reason to believe almost anything, even before breakfast.
"Congress creates new terms in legislation all the time and it's up to expert agencies like this one to define them. "
Surely it's up to the lawmakers to define any terms they use in the legislation they create, discuss, debate and pass? Oh wait, I'm sorry, I'm an engineer, not a lawyer, so my view of the world is warped.
US v UK
In the states they have corrupt nutjobs or well-established lobbyists in the hen-house. In the UK we have incompetent imbeciles who are so easily led that nods and winks do the job.
Re: US v UK
One cannot hope to bribe or twist, etc.
Re: US v UK
SO the difference is the US lot know they are doing the wrong thing but dont care (because funding) and the collection in westminster don't even know what they are doing, let alone if its right or wrong.
I'm going to assume Pai will take a job at Verizon after his tenure. Or will it be AT&T?
I don't know that Comcast needs any more former heads of the FCC on their payroll.
an apparent effort to lower the FCC's definition of broadband speeds
Making America Great Again! Easy, just set lower targets. No actual work or cost involved.
And the beat goes on
"...overly friendly relationship between the federal regulator and the companies it is supposed to oversee and moved it to a new level."
Got the K-Y, Ajit? Oh, wait, it's not Ajit who's getting the shaft -- it's the American consumer. So, business as usual, then. Carry on.
It isn't only FCC
Many if not most other government regulatory agencies are rolling back protections, in favor of, guess! Corporations. What else can you expect when you put a corrupt businessperson in the White House?