Vyve Broadband Supports FCC Chairman Pai
Vyve Broadband affirms commitment to Net Neutrality as final FCC vote approaches
The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on Net Neutrality this Thursday, December 12th and Vyve supports FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to reverse the FCC’s 2015 ruling. Vyve is committed to Net Neutrality and has always delivered an open Internet experience to its customers.
The FCC’s 2015 ruling classified Internet Service Providers as common carriers subject to utility-style regulation under Title II of the Communications Act.
Vyve believes that Internet Service Providers should treat all data on the Internet the same regardless of the source. Vyve does not block or throttle any consumer access to lawful Internet content. Vyve also does not resell consumer data without consent or use it for marketing purposes.
Vyve is dedicated to delivering its goal to bring next-generation technology services to nonurban areas, and lighter regulations help make that possible, which is another reason why Vyve supports Chairman Pai’s proposal.
“We are proud to continue investing in our networks to give our customers the Internet speeds, capacity and services they want and need most” said Jeffrey DeMond, chief executive officer for Vyve Broadband. “A free and open Internet allows us to do so. We want to show our support and spread awareness about this very important topic in our industry.”