New FCC Chair Vows to Preserve 'Free and Open' Internet

The head of the Federal Communications Commission is promising Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) that he will work to preserve a “free and open” internet amid a possible reexamination of net neutrality rules. Franken had sent a letter to Ajit Pai last month shortly after the FCC commissioner, who voted against the regulations, was tapped by President Trump to lead the agency.