AT&T Statement on FCC Chairman Wheeler’s Net Neutrality Proposal

Posted by: AT&T Blog Team on February 4, 2015 at 2:44 pm

Attribute the following to AT&T Senior Executive Vice President-External and Legislative Affairs Jim Cicconi:

“We continue to believe that a middle ground exists that will allow us to safeguard the open Internet without risk to needed investment and years of legal uncertainty. We were able to find such a path in 2010, and will do our very best to seek such a path today. We also hope that proponents of Title II will consider that any FCC action taken on a partisan vote can be undone by a future commission in similar fashion, or may be declared invalid by the courts. The best way to ensure that open Internet protections, investment and innovation endure is for people of good faith to come together on a bipartisan basis for that purpose. We believe such an opportunity exists today.”

Comments (3)

As a current AT&T customer, if you come out against the new proposed regulations, I will find a new provider.

Nick Pellicciotto February 5, 2015 at 3:30 pm

Let me be the first on this chain to commend you on your stance AGAINST the most recent efforts to control the internet and regulate it to death under the misleading title of “Net Neutrality”

I re-confirm my support of AT&T, and will continue to be a customer if you “come out against the new proposed regulations.”


Robert Holmes February 20, 2015 at 2:41 pm

The FCC needs to be defeated regarding this corrupt regulation. American’s stand with AT&T suing them.

susie Fisher February 26, 2015 at 3:06 pm

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