FCC chairman expected to unveil strategy to reverse net neutrality By David Shepardson | WASHINGTON http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-fcc-neutrality-idUSKBN17Q2CU "The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission is expected to unveil his strategy this week to overturn landmark 2015 net neutrality rules, a move that will kickoff a new battle over the future of the internet. Ajit Pai, who was named chair of the FCC by President Donald Trump in January, will deliver a speech titled "The Future of Internet Regulation" on Wednesday in Washington, the FCC said. Sources said Pai is expected to announce that he will begin the process of taking public comment to repeal the rules approved by the FCC under President Barack Obama in early 2015. The FCC could hold an initial vote on his proposal at the FCC's May 18 meeting, the sources said." "The Internet Association, a group representing Facebook Inc (FB.O), Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O), Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) and others, met with Pai this month and said "the internet industry is uniform in its belief that net neutrality preserves the consumer experience, competition, and innovation online," according to a letter filed with the FCC." File your comments with the FCC here: Send Us Your Comments https://www.fcc.gov/general/send-us-your-comments "To file a comment of up to several paragraphs, click on one of the proceedings listed below. To file a longer comment as an attachment, click on submit a filing and include the docket number of the proceeding both on the form and on the attachment. If the proceeding you are looking for is not listed, you can go to ECFS and enter the proceeding number. NOTE: The filing you are making is a public filing. Any information that you submit will be available to the general public."