Congress probing White House role in FCC chief's net-neutrality plan
Congress probing White House role in FCC chief's net-neutrality plan - LA Times
o congressional committees have launched investigations into whether the White House improperly influenced the net-neutrality proposal released last week by the head of the Federal Communications Commission.
On Monday, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) asked FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler in a letter to explain his decision and produce documents related to communications and meetings involving the White House and agency officials concerning the issue.
Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, told Wheeler he was concerned that there was “apparent pressure exerted on you and your agency by the White House.”
So basically, the administration is calling over-regulation and control of the internet "Net Neutrality".
You are not allowed to read the 333 page plan.
Until it's voted on.
Here is President Obama's 332-page plan to regulate the Internet. I wish the public could see what's inside.
Look how proud that mother****er looks saddling us with more regulations and opening the door to taxation.
for those slow on the uptake: