“This is bonkers”: FCC wants to stop reviewing most complaints about ISPs (Ars Technica)

Ars Technica: “This is bonkers”: FCC wants to stop reviewing most complaints about ISPs. “Ajit Pai’s Federal Communications Commission is proposing that it stop reviewing the vast majority of consumer complaints about telecom companies. Going forward, consumers harmed by broadband, TV, and phone companies would have to pay $225 in order to get an FCC review of their complaints.”

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