The FCC’s New Title II Order: Here We Are Again

The FCC’s New Title II Order: Here We Are Again

In one of the least surprising moves of all time, on Thursday, April 25, the FCC voted to classify broadband under Title II of the Telecommunications Act.

Sure, the Commission ginned up some new national security arguments since the sky didn’t fall when the FCC removed net neutrality rules in 2018, but to update the old saying just a bit, everything that needs to be said has been said, and everybody has said it. Frequently.

But if you want to get quickly up to speed, take a look at

When you’re done with that, take a look at this kick-ass timeline of Title II classifications and all the writings, podcasts, and events TPI has ever done on the topic over the years. All the links are there, so go read those.

Unreadable preview of the timeline below:

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