FCC commissioner complains about FCC.. re: Net Neutrality
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (Map),
What is the FCC hiding? When two reporters ask questions about serious fraud and evidence of Russian intervention in the FCC #NetNeutrality record the agency refuses to provide answers. This is not right. Something is very wrong.View PDF Jessica Rosenworcel - Wikipedia
"Instead of providing news organizations with the information requested, in this decision the FCC decides to hide behind Freedom of Information Act exemptions and thwart investigative journalism. In doing so, the agency asserts an overbroad claim about the security of its public commenting system that sounds no more credible than its earlier and disproven claim that the system was the subject of distributed denial of service attack. It appears this agency is trying to prevent anyone from looking too closely at the mess it made of net neutrality. It is hiding what it knows about the fraud in our record and it is preventing an honest account of its many problems from seeing the light of day.
Jessica Rosenworcel (born July 12, 1971) is an American lawyer who currently serves as a member of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). She originally served on the FCC from May 11, 2012, until January 3, 2017, and was confirmed by the United States Senate for an additional term on August 3, 2017. Jessica RosenworcelMember of theFedera...