CWA Tells FCC: The U.S. Needs Clear Rules to Protect a Free and Open Internet

CWA strongly opposes Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai's radical proposal to eliminate essential safeguards that protect an Open Internet. CWA is calling on the FCC to delay the December 14 vote on these rules and go back to the drawing board to adopt clear, enforceable rules that protect a free and open Internet while promoting job-creating investment in broadband networks.

Chairman Pai's proposal abolishes long-standing rules that prohibit Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from blocking content, slowing down Internet traffic, or giving favorable treatment to some websites and applications over others. 

Read the full CWA statement here.