So, the FCC's "Separating Fact from Fiction" statement saying that "The Order doesn't reduce broadband investment" (see FCC's Net Neutrality: No Price Regulation; Won’t Reduce Investments - here) was correct, at least for AT&T - but probably because of other reasons.
Matthew J. Belvedere reports to CNBC that "AT&T chief Randall Stephenson [pictured] said Monday the new FCC net-neutrality rules will be changed by the courts or Congress. Under this operating principle, he said the company is moving forward with $18 billion of broadband investments.
"We have seen the way the rules came out, ... and as we read those rules we do believe they are subject to modification by the courts" or by Congress, Stephenson said on CNBC's "Squawk Box"
- ISPs Sue FCC Against New Net Neutrality - here
- FCC: "No blocking, no throttling, no paid prioritization" - here
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See "Why net rules no longer an investment barrier: AT&T" - here.