FCC to roll back Obama's 'GOOGLE sweet heart' regulations June 11

Google owned the Obama Administration and Obama gave Google control of the internet!

Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission Ajit Pai said Thursday that “unnecessary and harmful Internet regulations” created under the Obama administration will be removed June 11 as part of the Restoring Internet Freedom Order.

“The Internet wasn’t broken in 2015, when the prior FCC buckled to political pressure and imposed heavy-handed Title II rules on the Internet economy. It doesn’t make sense to apply outdated rules from 1934 to the Internet, but that’s exactly what the prior administration did,” Pai said in his statement, referencing the former President Barack Obama administration’s implementation of “net neutrality.”

On Wednesday, Senate Democrats filed a discharge petition that would force a vote to restore Obama-era Internet regulations, which would reverse the FCC's ruling that ended the regulation requiring the Internet to be governed like telecommunications companies.

“For months, many politicians and special interests have tried to mislead the American people about the Restoring Internet Freedom Order. Now everyone will be able to see the truth for themselves,” Pai said.

Due to Democratic backlash to his stance and work on repealing “net neutrality,” Pai has had to cancel public events due to high levels of threats.