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said by 56403739:I don't believe Congress told them to write net neutrality laws. If they did, a link to such order would be nice to see.
And your communications law degree is from which institution?
It is as enforceable as Congress says it is. And the FCC was ordered by Congress to come up with this.
The FCC WAS ordered to draft a broadband plan, but they were still never given any authority to write any of these laws, which does make them unenforceable.
fiberguyMy views are my own.Premium
I agree with what you said.. but it ends when you said "write any of these laws"... only congress can write a law and only a president can sign those bills into law. The FCC can only make a rule,.. there's a big difference there.
Something people also forget is that a governmental body such as the FCC isn't allowed to impose a fine either. Only congress or a court can meddle in those.. yet, for some reason, people continue to let appointed rogue agencies to continue down these roads, and everyone lets them.
The constitution is a fun thing.
said by fiberguy:Sorry, I should have put the word "laws" in quotes or say "write any of these regulations and pretend they are laws".
I agree with what you said.. but it ends when you said "write any of these laws"...