RIP Net Neutrality.

The Federal Register has made it official by publishing the FCC’s reversal of the Net Neutrality regulation, and the order will become official 60 days. The two commissioners who voted against the Net Neutrality appeal have taken the opportunity once again to last the decision. Jessica Rosenworcel calls it “a study in just what’s wrong with Washington. This agency failed the American public. It failed to listen to their concerns and needs short shrift to the deeply held belief that Internet openness should remain the law of the land.” And Mignon Clyburn asserts that the action amounts to “handing the keys to the Internet over to billion-dollar broadcast providers.” Clyburn sounded a hopeful note by saying, “Whether it is litigation, state action, or some other mechanism that brings about, I am sure that robust net neutrality protection will prevail with the American public!”