Report: Net Neutrality Leads to Higher prices, Less Innovation

Washington Free Beacon covers CEI’s Net Neutrality report authored by Jessica Melugin and Ryan Radia.
Keeping Obama administration-era net neutrality rules would result in higher Internet prices for consumers and less innovation, according to a new report.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute released a report Tuesday providing a history of net neutrality regulations and arguing the Internet flourished precisely because it was free from federal government control.
The Federal Communications Commission will meet and vote Thursday on Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to reverse the Title II net neutrality rule that treated Internet service providers, or ISPs, as utilities rather than information services. Information services have historically been free from regulation, but the Obama administration’s FCC changed course by subjecting ISPs to broad regulation with the adoption of net neutrality in 2015.
“Consumers should be aware that net neutrality regulations will result in higher prices and less innovation for their broadband services. So, if it ain’t

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