Editorial: Innovation would be stifled under FCC’s plans

The FCC must listen to Americans who have flooded the commission with comments in support of preserving an open Internet. 

ONE system crash and nearly 1.1 million comments later, the Federal Communications Commission should get the message: Many Americans strongly oppose proposed regulations that would create two lanes on the Internet highway — fast or slow. Providers would be able to sell faster connectivity to companies that can afford to pay premium prices.