FCC Refuses to Release 47,000 Net Neutrality Complaints


The current FCC likes to insist that net neutrality isn't a real problem to help justify their attack on the current net neutrality rules. Yet Ars Technica notes the agency is fighting a request to release more than 47,000 net neutrality complaints that it has received since June 2015. The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) request in May of this year to obtain the complaints, claiming seeing the feedback of impacted customers is necessary to understand the impact of the FCC's decision to scrap the rules.

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