New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, a leading articulate in the fight against the FCC’s Net Neutrality rulers cancel, has stepped forwards with one of the first legal challenges to the commission’s controversial elect.
Citing his investigation into the FCC’s public statements process preceding the voting rights, Schneiderman declared his office’s intention to sue to “stop the FCC’s illegal rollback of net neutrality” — a forthcoming legal request that’s sure to be in good firm. In response to questions from TechCrunch, Schneiderman’s office noted that he will spearhead a multi-state prosecution and that we can expect it “in the coming days.”
“We will be filing a claim to preserve protections for New Yorkers and all Americans. And we’ll be working aggressively to stop the FCC’s leadership from doing any further damage to the internet and to our economy, ” Schneiderman said in a press release.
“Today’s brand-new convention would enable ISPs to accuse buyers more to access websites like Facebook and Twitter and give them the leveraging to cheapen high quality of video streaming until and unless somebody compensates them more money. Even worse, today’s referendum would enable ISPs to favor certain viewpoints over others.”
While we don’t yet know which territory will be joining New York in the legal action, it’s safe is of the view that we’ll read overlap with those that joined a word calling for a stall of the vote due to tellings around faked mentions during the public feedback process. The letter included 18 attorneys general from the states of Virginia, Delaware, Hawaii, California, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Iowa, Illinois, Maryland, Maine, Mississippi, Oregon, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Washington, Vermont and the District of Columbia.
Schneiderman’s office told TechCrunch that it expects to see more words very soon from other state attorneys general about their intentions to join the claim. We’ll be following this story and other reverberations from today’s net neutrality referendum as they develop.
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