From The Hill: The public has filed over 20 million comments to the Federal Communications Commission over its plan to scrap the net neutrality rules. It's a record for FCC comments and more than five times the number filed on the agency's previous net neutrality proposal in 2015. The comments on that plan held the prior record with nearly 4 million filed. Republican Chairman Ajit Pai's Restoring Internet Freedom proposal would roll back the Obama-era internet rules aimed at preventing broadband providers like Verizon and AT&T from discriminating against certain types of web content.
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