The payments stopped around the time that the Trump administration repealed net neutrality regulations that AT&T opposed.
Schumer caught flack from both conservatives and progressives for being “out of touch.”
David Segal said ending net neutrality is not just a problem for internet junkies — it’s an issue for Jews.
“The exact opposite thing of what these people want is what they’re going to get.”
In a meeting yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission, under the leadership of former yeshiva bucher Chairman Julius Genachowski (whose background in Talmud the Forward recently explored), passed a set of rules that allow the government to regulate the Internet.