Foster Campbell

Louisiana should join other states and cities supporting access to the Internet without censorship or manipulation by telecommunications companies, Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell said.

“We pay these companies to deliver the Internet to our homes and offices,” Campbell said. “That should not give them the right to control what we read or view, how we shop or how we otherwise use the Internet.”

Campbell will ask the Louisiana Public Service Commission next week to support “Net Neutrality” and express that opinion to the Federal Communications Commission, which last month voted 3-2 to repeal the 2015 FCC order establishing Net Neutrality.



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