"Consumer advocates were quick to point out that if you think AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Charter should be allowed to do whatever they like with minimal to no accountability, Pai is certainly your man.

"Ajit Pai has been on the wrong side of just about every major issue that has come before the FCC during his tenure," notes consumer advocacy group Free Press. "He’s never met a mega-merger he didn’t like or a public safeguard he didn’t try to undermine. He’s been an inveterate opponent of Net Neutrality, expanded broadband access for low-income families, broadband privacy, prison-phone justice, media diversity and more.""

This guy sounds like a complete douche……

"Pai has even voted down attempts to hold AT&T accountable for actively helping scammers rip off the company’s own customers. Pai similarly opposed attempts to hold Verizon accountable for covertly modifying user data packets so consumers could be tracked around the internet without their consent or awareness. Pai even fought against attempts to prevent telecom companies from ripping off prison inmate families.

At one point, Pai tried to claim that the US net neutrality rules would somehow encourage dictators in Iran and North Korea. On another occasion, Pai tried to claim large ISPs were entirely innocent of all anti-competitive behavior, and Netflix was the one violating neutrality simply for operating a CDN. Pai has also repeatedly supported eliminating media consolidation rules, and has never been capable of even admitting that the US broadband market has some serious competition issues."

rest at https://goo.gl/gShB6t

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