After the FCC voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality regulations last week, two Denver Democrats took to Facebook Live to voice their opposition.
Would motivations for public broadband change if the Federal Communications Commission votes to ends net neutrality?
The new FCC rules require service providers to be a neutral gateway to the Internet. The move has precedent in the 1930s, when regulators enacted "common carrier" rules on phone service companies.
The Feds have proposed new rules that many in Colorado's tech industry worry would change the Internet for the worse, and they say anyone who uses the Internet should be just as worried.