- Nov. 14, 2011 - HUNTINGTON, N.Y. --
The FCC is reversing their long-standing policy when it comes to Internet regulation. On November 20th the FCC will limit how Internet service providers develop and operate their broadband networks. Some in Congress believe this will lead to stagnation and make America less competitive against other countries that do not have similar regulations. Congresswoman Kay Hutchison says the FCC’s decision to regulate the Internet is nothing more than bureaucratic overreach into a symbol of American innovation and creativity and is a striking reversal from a hands off approach that federal regulators have had in place. And that this reversal will prove to be a determinant to our economy, and to our businesses, at a time when America needs economic vitality through such ways as job creation, e-commerce, and American innovation. This is why she introduced S.J. Resolution 6. And she is getting the support of others in Congress as well.
Bootstrap America's Sophia Vander has more details on these new rules at http://www.bootstrapamerica.net/say-goodbye-to-internet-f...
Bootstrap America is proud to have Sophia Vander join their team. But, at the same time Bootstrap America makes it clear that Vander's opinions on the FCC rules, as well as her views on future topics, are not necessarily the views of Bootstrap America.