Senate Votes To Regulate the Internet

by Mike Wendy on November 10, 2011

The following statement may be attributed to Mike Wendy, Director of

Alexandria, VA, November 10, 2011 – Apparently, a majority in the Senate believe the FCC must fix what ain’t broke on the Internet, standing behind the agency’s unwarranted Net Neutrality regulations. Casting their 19th Century votes for our 21st Century Internet, the majority reveals how out of step they are with markets, the advance of technology, and, of course, individual liberty. Though the Net’s explosive growth did not rely on government mandate to occur, unless the court strikes these regulations down, FCC bureaucrats will decide the growth and advancement of the Internet from now on.  This is a sad day for the Internet.


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