Internet Association Urges FCC to Delay Vote on Net Neutrality

The Internet Association, whose more than 40 members include companies like Google and Amazon, urged the Federal Communications Commission to delay a vote to repeal a 2015 order banning internet providers from blocking or throttling online content. In a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Internet Association President Michael Beckerman asked for the vote to be delayed, or for the five commissioners to vote down the measure.