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Edward J. Markey
The more the public understands about what the Trump administration is trying to do to net neutrality, they'll understand that it's the same thing they're trying to do to the Affordable Care Act, to the Clean Air Act, to gun safety laws – and net neutrality is just another part of the very same story.feedback
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May 25 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Net neutrality. You'll find 26 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. You can also see the other popular topics. The 3 people who have been quoted more about Net neutrality are: Edward J. Markey, Evan Greer and Greg Maffei. Edward J. Markey specifically said: “The more the public understands about what the Trump administration is trying to do to net neutrality, they'll understand that it's the same thing they're trying to do to the Affordable Care Act, to the Clean Air Act, to gun safety laws – and net neutrality is just another part of the very same story.”.
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Michael Geist

When combined with the federal government's clear support for net neutrality, the Canadian framework is now one of the strongest in the world.feedback

Laura Tribe

On a technicality it leaves some wiggle room for some really creative attempts at zero-rating that can be challenged after the fact. This is a really strong step for Canada in terms of being a global leader in net neutrality.feedback

Evan Engstrom

I think in practice, it goes against everything we would want in strong net neutrality protections.feedback

Matthew Polka

I have never heard anyone suggest that Trump could roll back [the net neutrality rules] with an executive order.feedback

Josh Elman

The market seems like it's at all time-highs, people are actually bullish on the jobs reports and everything else. So we're encouraging every company that feels like it's ready to be a public company not to wait. There are some concerns with net neutrality, there are some concerns with what's going to happen with healthcare, and how that effects W2 workers and 1099 workers, and I think that's a real shift. I think one of the most interesting ones is whether they allow repatriation of all that foreign income. That might make the M&A market something we haven't seen in years.feedback

Edward J. Markey

There is no problem that needs to be fixed. Net neutrality rules ensure those with the best ideas, not simply the best-funded ideas, have the opportunity to share their content with the world.feedback

Edward J. Markey

The big broadband barons and their Republican allies want to turn back the clock and make big cable and big cellphone companies the gatekeepers for internet access. They have a new FCC chairman in Ajit Pai who will do their bidding. I will oppose any legislative efforts to weaken the net neutrality order.feedback

Greg Maffei

Ajit has been very anti-regulation, pro-free markets, particularly about net neutrality, Title II, a lot of the issues that are likely to be addressed under a new FCC and a Republican president, Republican Congress. I think those are all very bullish for cable. The idea that you might be able to charge for quality of service, for variability, the amount of traffic, the speed of the traffic, how you want to make sure the traffic is delivered, might change the ability to price it. Does that fundamentally change the game for over-the-top providers? I doubt it.feedback

Thomas Lee

Moreover, as many investors are aware, telecoms and cable have suffered from 'liberal' expansion and definitions of net neutrality – hence, could benefit from a Trump administration.feedback

Eric Sheridan - UBS

During the election, many of our large cap names (AMZN, GOOG, FB) were targeted by the President-elect & investors are struggling to determine the ramifications on antitrust policy, privacy/data in enterprise/consumer, net neutrality & taxation.feedback

Greg Maffei

The limited amount that I've seen about what President [-elect] Trump has tweeted or said on policies around net neutrality and the like have been fairly hands-off relative to the current administration.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

The key thing is whether there is going to be net neutrality, which hasn't been AT&T's favorite topic. If they got there...then good things might happen.feedback

Lise Fuhr

Let's make sure the implementation of net neutrality rules does not hamper new applications and services.feedback

Leonid Bershidsky

If governments choose to tax consumption in general – and most of them do, through value-added or sales taxes – it's logical to tax data consumption, too. There is no reason why a society that accepts taxation of traditional telephony should reject levies on Internet traffic. The infrastructure that carries it is physical and not limitless, and taxing heavy consumption could be a way to preserve net neutrality.feedback

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