In a controversial move that has been anticipated for weeks, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules Thursday afternoon. The move allows internet providers to block or slow down web content and offer paid prioritization for websites through the provider.
CTI President Billy Williams says although this could be a big win for internet providers, he doesn’t think companies will want the public relations issues that could come with providing non-neutral internet access.
Williams says today’s ruling won’t have a major impact on CTI or its internet users.
Williams says CTI sees itself as a neutral party that does not want to restrict how its customers explore the world wide web.