Professor Maya Wiley responded to the controversial plan to repeal Net Neutrality Rules. The following  excerpt is from the NY Daily News.

Broadband expert Maya Wiley, senior Vice President for Social Justice at The New School, said the FCC “is setting the country on a path to information inequality.”

“Even now, in the digital age, many Americans don’t have equal access — or any access — to the internet because it has become too costly,” Wiley said.

“Telecommunications companies have failed to invest in our communities, and now the FCC seeks to allow companies to give preferential access to content and speed for customers who pay more.”

The full article can be found here.