Hollywood Elites Melt Down On Twitter Over Net Neutrality Repeal

Will these useless Hollywood elites ever stop complaining? Net neutrality would have been a disaster and thank goodness the FCC dumped it. But you know the left coast. They can’t get their heads around anything that doesn’t give away the store.

Recode announces the big news:

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to eliminate the U.S. government’s net neutrality rules, opening the door for telecom giants like AT&T, Charter, Comcast* and Verizon to block or slow down access to websites and prioritize their own music, movies and other content offerings over their competitors.

Under the leadership of Chairman Ajit Pai — and with only the backing of the agency’s Republican members — the repeal newly frees telecom companies from federal regulation, unravels a signature accomplishment of the Obama administration and shifts the responsibility of overseeing the web to another federal agency that some critics see as too weak to be effective.

In practice, it means the U.S. government no longer will have rules on its books that require internet providers to treat all web traffic equally. The likes of AT&T and Verizon will be limited in some ways — they can face penalties if they try to undermine their rivals, for example — but they won’t be subject to preemptive, bright-line restrictions on how they manage their networks.

And then lefty fireworks begin. Breitbart has the tantrums:

Hollywood stars took to social media Thursday to denounce the Federal Communications Commission, Chairman Ajit Pai, and the agency’s vote to repeal Obama-era net neutrality regulations, restoring what the FCC chief called the restoration of a “free and open Internet.”

Maybe all these lefty Hollywood elites skipped school the day the taught capitalism and free markets.

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