FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn News Conference
Commissioner Clyburn’s term on the commission ends in June 2017.
Shortly after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) opening meeting, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn responded to questions from reporters on the commission’s proposed rule changes on repealing open internet rules. Commissioner Clyburn voted against repealing open internet rules that mandated all internet web traffic be treated equally. The current rules known as net neutrality, which passed under the Democratic Chair Tom Wheeler, placed cable and telecom under strict oversight.
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