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NHMC’s Statement About Network Objectivity

The FCC enacted “network neutrality” policy, intended with the aim to conserve a stage playing field for each internet consumer. NHMC is satisfied that the FCC has go ahead to defend customers online, though, it is intensely worried that the regulations do not go far sufficient to defend customers in a quantity of areas, particularly those that access the internet in the course of their mobile gadgets.

Alex Nogales, NHMCs President and CEO said, “As I listened to Commissioner Copps talk, I couldn’t have the same opinion more with his feeling that there is much more he would have be fond of to observe in this order. Even though I am discontented that this order does not evenly defend mobile internet consumers, I am grateful that our champions, Clyburn and Copps, FCC Commissioners – and their staffs -worked untiringly to get better what Chairman Genachowski formerly offered weeks ago.”

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The NHMCs Vice President of Policy and Legal Affairs, Jessica Gonzalez commented, “The cause that NHMC believed so powerfully that wireless and wireline connections should be taken care of evenly, is for the reason that Latinos, African Americans, and low-income Americans way in the internet over their cell phones at a superior charge than the rest of the population, and that a big quantity of people of color utilize cell phones as their merely internet access point.”

“I would like to personally express gratitude to Commissioner Clyburn for her strong comments making it apparent that the FCC will set prepared to defend mobile consumers from some events by suppliers that are inconsistent with an open internet. NHMC looks forward to standing with Commissioner Clyburn and the rest of the Commission in cautious observe over wireless suppliers.” Nogales further said.