Killing net neutrality means no one is looking out for consumers’ interest, says FCC commissioner
The FCC is expected to roll back net neutrality rules on Thursday, a move that could have significant implications for Americans' access to the internet. FCC chairman Ajit Pai is pushing to kill the Obama-era rules, which ensure that internet providers treat all content on the web equally. Mignon Clyburn, a Democrat on the commission, joins Judy Woodruff to explain why she opposes the change.
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