Report: 69 Percent of Verified FCC Submitted Comments Favor Repealing Net Neutrality


A Broadband for America report found that once they accounted for fake email domains and unverifiable international comments, 69 percent of those who filed opinions through the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) comment system favored repealing net neutrality.

Broadband for America, an anti-net neutrality organization, commissioned Emprata to analyze the nearly 21 million comments submitted to the FCC’s filing system for the agency’s proposed order to eliminate net neutrality.

The FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order (OIO) established net neutrality, a rule that regulates the internet like a public monopoly. Advocates of net neutrality argue that the rule would prevent internet service providers (ISPs) from blocking, slowing, or preferring content providers on the internet; opponents of net neutrality argue that the rules would stifle internet freedom.


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