The streaming company retweeted its care for the Internet Association’s Friday announced it would “interrupt in a judicial action to save net neutrality protections.” The IA plans on shoving back against the FCC’s choice last month to pull back Obama-era laws that blocked internet providers from blocking a path to particular sites, as well as formulating paid “fast lanes” to view content.
“In 2018, the Internet is united in defense of #NetNeutrality,” retweeted the Netflix account. “For the FCC, we will see you in court.”
In the retweeted communication, IA President and CEO Michael Beckerman said the choice, spearheaded by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, hurts customers and startups.
“The final version of Chairman Pai’s rule, as suspected, dismantles mass net neutrality protections for consumers. This rule challenges the will of a bipartisan majority of Americans and fails to conserve a free and open internet,” said Beckerman in the post. “IA reserves to act as an intervenor in judicial action into this order and, along with our member associations, will continue our push to restore strong, enforceable net neutrality protections within a legislative solution.”
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