Online Learning Update

November 22, 2016

Trump Appoints Two Anti-Net Neutrality Advocates To Oversee FCC Transition

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 4:06 am
by Shelby Carpenter, Forbes
In case you’ve been wondering what will happen to net neutrality under the Trump presidency, wonder no more. On Monday, President-elect Donald Trump appointed Jeffrey Eisenach and Mark Jamison, two vocal opponents of net neutrality, to run his Federal Communications Commission (FCC) transition team. Both Eisenach and Jamison will come on as industry insiders: Eisenach is a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and has been a paid consultant for Verizon Wireless. He also worked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) transition team under President Reagan and the FCC transition team under George W. Bush. Jamison, meanwhile, runs the Public Utility Resource Center at the University of Florida and is a former lobbyist for Sprint.
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