17 Burst results for "Chairman Wheeler"

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This legislation will ensure that all Americans democrat and Republican libertarian and independent and green party. All of them will have their voices heard their stories told and equal access to the information. That is important to them the save internet act addresses the way in which internet traffic is handle before it reaches the consumer and important step towards closing the digital divide and making this economy more inclusive the internet was developed to enable choice about what content to access that is why we need to pass this legislation and we need to pass it. Now. I am. Appreciate the work of chairman dole and the Democrats democratic caucus understanding the urgency of passing this legislation. I urge my colleagues to vote yes. On this legislation. Less Senate to the Senate. Let's try to reason with our friends in the Senate, and that's get it passed and protect the net. Thank you. A year back. I reserve the balance of my time the gentleman yields back the gentlemen reserves, the balance of his time, the gentleman from Oregon is where hypnotized famous chairman and before I recognize a really important member of our committee from Ohio, Mr. Johnson. I just like to say when it comes to five G Republicans added amendment to keep five G from being regulated by nineteen thirties. Law called dial do. My friends on the other side the other side of the aisle. Do not want to get into a big discussion about the huge regulatory door. They're opening section to section two two that allows the FCC to basically run amok with rules committee ranking Republican member Greg Walden claim that they're locking down with the FCC didn't twenty fifteen, but in fact, while they may close one door, although we don't even know all those seven hundred rules therefore bearing against that are going to go into statute the game provide that list and this bills go going anywhere. They're opening this other thority unlimited authority, frankly to the FCC to regulate all these forms of technology with that. I'd recognize jump from Ohio, Mr. Johnson for three minutes. The gentleman from Ohio is recognized. Thank you, Mr Speaker. I rise today to join my colleagues and opposition to the so-called save the internet act. I say so called because it really should be called another big government attempt to grab the internet act. I'm disappointed in my colleagues across the aisle who chose the place. Partisan politics above the interest of the American people refuse to work across party lines to codify actual workable solutions that prevent anticompetitive conduct rather than continuing. The political game of information technology regulatory pong under the guise of net neutrality. Let me be clear, I support an open and free internet. However, this legislation doesn't do that. What it would do is impose heavy handed titled to regulations on the internet, which is not only unnecessary, but what actually stall broadband deployment from nineteen ninety six to two thousand fifteen. The internet was thriving. It grew. A rapid unprecedented pace and enabled countless innovative technologies. That Americans have come to rely on connective for businesses students to do their schoolwork families and friends staying connected. Telemedicine and many other everyday conveniences, however, it was under the big government grab then FCC chairman Wheeler and the classification of broadband utility style telecommunication service under title to that we saw a decline in broadband, online innovation and investment. This is a serious issue particularly for geographically challenging rural areas. Such as eastern and southeastern Ohio that already struggle with broadband appointment. The digital divide is very real. And we have a responsibility to provide solutions not create additional barriers to deployment, growth and innovation. Rural communities don't need or want higher costs and fewer options than they already have. And that's why I oppose this. Legislation as I stated before the only saving the internet needs is for heavy handed Washington regulations, I urge my colleagues to oppose this disingenuous legislation, and I yield back the balance of my time yields back the gentleman Oregon reserves, the balance of his time, the gentleman from Pennsylvania is recognized Mr Speaker, I admit that we are listening to the public and our constituents eighty six percent of all Americans, Republicans, Democrats and independence support. What we're doing here today? It is the Republicans that are standing up for a very small number of ISP's in this country with that it gives me great pleasure to yield one minute to the distinguished speaker of the house miss Pelosi. The sing was speaker is record debate from the house floor from yesterday on C span radio. Thank Mr Chairman. I thank the gentleman for yielding. And I commend him for his extraordinarily leadership on this very important subject to young people in our country to. Every person that country from CD shining sea and to the future of our country. I join my colleagues in defense of the free and open internet, which is a pillar of our democracy, I'm pleased to follow and Mr. Doyle and his leadership. Mr. Pallone, the chairman of the committee, Mr. SU godmother of net neutrality and an earlier time, Mr. Butterfield for his wonderful statement. And I know we'll be hearing from congresswoman that too and other members I'm honored to join all of them. Again, I salute cut chairman, Mike Doyle for his leadership of the save the internet act and for his persistent disatisfied leadership to protect net neutrality. I also commend our former colleague in the house Senator Markey for his leadership now in the Senate, and let us salute the millions of Americans who have marched mobilized made their voices heard in this fight the four million Americans who wrote to the FCC that would be the fed. Communications Commission to support the two hundred fifteen Obama era net neutrality protections the ten million Americans who weighed in again this time to oppose the two thousand seventeen Trump decision to destroy those protections the six hundred thousand Americans who tuned into watch a live stream of the full committee markup on this legislation. And Mr Speaker is now four point eight million and a growing number. I got who have watched the committee proceedings and the house floor today that is the the so much enthusiasm and country that is the extent and growing of the interest. That's unheard of for the work that we do here net neutrality is a bipartisan priority for the American people as Mr Chairman Doyle said a full eighty six percent of Americans have that Trump assault on net neutrality. Including eighty two percent of Republicans outside young people in particular, get it this is about their jobs and their futures with save the internet act, Democrats are honoring the will of the American people we are restoring protection. So that we can stop unjust it unjustice Commendatore practices by p that would be internet service providers that try to throttle consumers, browsing speed block their internet access and increase their cost block it at throttle. Their speed block their access increase their cost. It would give entrepreneurs and small businesses a level playing field on which to compete and it. Sure American innovation can continue to be the envy of the world this legislation. Also brings the power of the internet to every corner of the country from ROY. America to cities as Mr. Butterfield pointed out because it provides the legal basis for the connect America fund. We must close urban-rural digital divide, although we have challenges in urban areas as well as in rural areas, but in rural areas, this is a must still make all the difference in the world guaranteeing better cheaper internet for everyone. So that we can create jobs and unluckily unlock the economic potential of every person in every community. This debate is not just about legislation. It is about the quality of people's lives. More than thirty thousand San Franciscans in my own district have written my office about the impact of net neutrality and their lives. They know the American.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:28 min | 2 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You're listening to giants football and WFAN and WFAN FM New York. Welcome back to Uber. Sadi's bans giants extra point alongside. Bob Papa call banks. I'm Lance meadow here at MetLife stadium recapping the giants regular season finale as they fall to the Dallas Cowboys thirty six thirty five Dak Prescott connecting with Cole Beasley and the Cowboys. Ultimately went for two as Dak Prescott connected with Michael Gallup in that ultimately gave them the go-ahead score. The giants did have a last second chance but four straight completions did not give them into field goal range. And that is why they lost their eighth game this season that was decided by seven points or less call that obviously is a huge theme. We talked about it a little bit earlier here on Reseda Benz giants extra point the ability to close out games. The ability for either your offense to run out the clock make the necessarily plays without penalties or your defense coming through. And I think what's interesting call if you just look at two thousand sixteen compared to two thousand eighteen granted the personnel is very different but two thousand sixteen the giants go eat and three in games decide. By seven points or less you move the calendar for two years four. The big difference right now between those two campaigns. Yeah. You can check all of those boxes because that's the process of winning. Again, you can go from the winning touchdown by the Dallas Cowboys be the winning touchdown by the Dallas Cowboys, and you can look at a play where BWI Arab is playing hard. He takes a peek back at the quarterback instead of staying with his receiver in boom, the balls there Kobe's we touchdown. So these are all the small things that you gotta learn to unlearn, I guess you will. Bob pointed out one play where Dak Prescott missed a wide open. Receiver but Jack rabbit in a situation where you can you're ready to call out the game. He jumps a fake, you know, instead of displaying his technique. He jumps at something. In the receivers running down the fuel Amari Cooper wide open quarterback Mississippi Dax threw out of bounds. Astros talking about that BWI plays. Like look. I mean, that's coverage one on one. Like you can't peek back at the quarterback, especially knowing that at full speed. You're in the back of the end zone. And you can't look back at the quarterback because the guy is going to run away from you you stay with the quarterback. And then when you look back at the corporate when you have the back end line in the quarterback scrambled you push the rec- route about because he's out of the pocket now you can knock the guy out of bounds. And suddenly that guy that's one less guy. You've got to cover. It's like, you know, it's like driving your car at about forty five miles an hour. You look somewhere you come back. Your cars out of the lane. This is almost like that. You just gotta stay focused when you're when you're going full speed. But this is the process of unlearn bad habits and learning new ones in learning how to win member. He wasn't in the NFL last year. He was not in the NFL, Bob. They have what they have out there on the field. Dry believe DWA webs should be in the NFL she'd beyond the giants. Yeah. I'm not sure what role but he's forced into that one. And he's given everything he has unlike his safety who let them down the day and just checked out in the middle of the game. But this is what you have this is what you're dealing with until it gets better. You gotta coast to guys that that you have that's a play that he should make. So I just. It's it's a process of learning how to win again. You know, you got a guy like made stupor who should let me just say he should not be on the field in certain situations. He's just not good enough. And they're counting on him to reroute. Something in the middle of feeling it runs right by my key wasn't even there. Ancho role was talking about on the TV post-game Carl. He's like look he goes I used to get into fights who teammates all the time. But because it's leaving the cheese. It's leaving the cheese. The safeties are wide the cover too. And the the backer has got a reroute. And then run with that guy, and you don't stop and then just stop in the no man's land. And then a guy comes in right behind you. He goes, and he goes Jason was laughing because he knew whenever they needed to play. And it was covered to we're going to just run the tight end and linebacker is going to be nowhere to be found. Yeah. And they run somebody underneath as annual said he goes he goes we used to call a pizza pizza cheese cheese. They throw the little guy underneath and if a linebackers undisciplined he jumps the underneath guy right over the top of your head. How many times did you see that this year? Yeah. Wherever you listen third and fourteenth third and ten thirty and twelve burdened thirty if you need a play, you got them, right? Where you want them because they will not stop that play in the middle of the field. Jason Witten was back on the field goal because think about how many plays he's made against the giants during the course of his career defending the tight end. There's been a problem for the giants over the last few seasons. It's not necessarily something that came this year that's a function of poor linebacker play. And or talent. And on the subject related to what you're talking about the Migdal lapses or players being out of position or missing assignments that trend that we're seeing here down the stretch in the second half of the season. Specifically is the accumulation of penalties at coming at the worst possible moments in here's a game where they pile up a lead penalties six on offense five on defense. It's the fourth time in the last six games in which they've had at least ten penalties at good teams. Overcome those mishaps, the listen again, we talked about they have to upgrade the right side of the offensive line. Look. Chad Wheeler was an undrafted player who made the team as a rookie is a free agent. And he's got an opportunity to start a bunch of games this year and at the end of last season. But when you want to look at penalties that cost you football heating costs the team the game got that. There's a lot of plays in the game. But after your defense forces a fumble, and you get the ball into a situation where you get the ball you're running back and he runs for first down. And its first and goal at the five. Instead you get called for a hold you wind up kicking a field goal. Hey, the giant score touchdown there. This game is virtually over because I'm not saying it is over because crazy things can happen. But suddenly now it's a to score game. Yeah. And instead you kept it to a one score game. And you opened up the door to the possibility by not scoring a touchdown. The other Dallas could possibly score. And a two point conversion is going to get you be. And that's what happened and they had all year they had chances to slam games closed with their offense with their defense, and they failed for a myriad of different reasons. But that's all those things are how you get to five and eleven. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. It's a game of execution bottom line. And when you do it you win you put yourself in position. To win football games to have success execution is what becomes the difference? And there's no reason why the Dallas Cowboys should have won this game. That last drive. They did. Hey. Three out of four plays four hundred five plays. They played. Well, and then you get to this one. You peek back at the quarterback your guys still running full speed. The ball. And it's a touchdown. It was a hell of a play. Hello. Roy took a hell of a throw in a hell of a catch. Now. Imagine if you had to just stay running with the guy and not peek back at the quarterback, then that's not a a throw or have the catch is called halibut coverage fourth and fifteen from your own thirty two and you give up a touchdown press. The one thing he says you can't give up the touchdown. Even if you give up the first down. But the season, and we also saw that earlier the game in terms of some of the third and longs. The Cowboys are able to convert to if you're the giants defense advocate. Always exactly where you want them. Yeah. I haven't been somewhat precarious spot. But to your point Carl price more often than not extended plays with his legs. Now, let me ask you this. How much is the mishaps Mr. Simon? It's a reflection of guys getting out of their lanes and out of their areas of concern. As a result of the quarterback changing, the dynamics in the play their plaster rules barren place. They knew this is not the first time they've faced Prescott and his ability to make plays down the field. Once he breaks containment. So again. Yeah. They go back to last touchdown in the game. The guy knew what his rules were. He played it three fourths of the play. Yeah. And they played more than enough mobile quarterbacks this year. Yeah. That's should not be a factor. Again. You know, it's a secondary comprised of a lotta undrafted free agents and journeymen. And there's a reason why that's why they been where they've been as players, but it's. You know, it's it's not that. It's not that difficult. Here's here's the reality. Bob. They don't have good players. They don't have good players on defense. When you look at who was on the field during that last series last drive, you can count guys that they probably will upgrade. And if they had healthy bodies, some of those guys would be backups no different than chairman Wheeler. Look, he's the third center. If those other guys get healthy, he's back to being the third centre with value boy experience. Now, I mean you look at this team. And we talked about only twenty players were on the opening day roster from the fifty three last year. We're down a twelve or thirteen by the end of the season here. And I guarantee you more than half of those guys that are in the secondary. And that are edge rushers or whatever they're not going to be on the team next year. There's going to be another huge overhaul of what the giants file fifty. I know co-chairman keep saying because I think he's what he's doing is. He's back in his players because this team has played hard. Unlike last year where they just quit this team is played hard. They've played together. They've played for each other. But I think you know, you start looking at this and you say to yourself. There's a lot of guys that are going to be gone. There's a lot of players on this team that are going to be gone. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. Well, I think the writing was on the wall, or at least I should say the tone for that was set guys at the beginning of the season right after they finalized, the fifty three are actually technically before they truthfully finalized, the fifty three they wound up claiming six guys. So what does that say then about the depth chart to begin with coming out of training camp again before they probably cut more day at the luxury of not having to play games. I mean, they just needed players, and they were the best of the worst. But listen, they gave great effort. Like, I said some of these kids will be. Back in a different role in a different capacity. I wouldn't cut Chad Wheeler with the experience he gained this year. Swing tap. Right. He's a guy now that you can feel comfortable your offensive line. You know with the back. He's the back end of your offensive line. If you will. Excuse me. I mean you look at the football team. And you just say. They got to upgrade and a lot of areas. Right. But now you start looking at the draft picks Barclay homerun Hernandez, clearly got better Carter is going to be a good player BJ hill. Looks like he's going to be a pretty good player. RJ macintosh. You know, they didn't have him for the first part of the year. They're hoping this kid Bill that they drafted in the supplemental draft could be a good secondary player. We don't know about him. But the guys that we did see we know look like they have a pretty good upswing toward them. The key is now they're going to have to have another draft like that you might not you might not have saquon Barkley in your draft it as far as but they've got to continue to hit on draft picks because when you do that you're not signing free agents like they had two years ago and giving money to mercenaries, and you're not cutting guys can't play that you drafted and replacing them with guys at were undrafted street guts, and if they continue to draft well, and if you're a giant fan and you trust in this new regime. Dave Gettleman and his staff to draft properly. They're going to have high picks in all the rounds again. And you hope that they have a good batting average like they had this year. And they just keep adding good players to the them. Yeah..

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To deliver let me get away from the public then to the politicians the senate as you know has used it's prerogative to pass an act to to repeal your repeal of net neutrality we can get a little more complicated to house has not and the president would have to sign it several states have passed their own versions of net neutrality california among them the most populous state why not since this is a case of such public interest let the legislative process do it this is an argument i made in two thousand fourteen when the dc circuit court of appeals issued its decision i said look we need to turn a communist in a in a prior case by chairman wheeler on the fcc in which they said no you can't do what you wanna do correct and so that was the argument made the congress should update the rules of the digital era for so to speak and tell the sec tell the american public how do you want to regulate this thing called the internet so the fcc having disregarded that admonition back in two thousand fifteen it was up to us to restore the light touch approach the starting for the service pretty well for twenty years and now if it congress decides to take a different approach that's entirely up to congress i deferred to our elected officials to say what the law should be and yet if i remember the the rule from december correctly you prevented states from passing it around net neutrality statute so the internet is inherently an interstate service if i sent an email to you right now in this very room the chances are that it traverses state boundaries that is something that in half perilously it has to be regulated by the federal government you can't have a patchwork of fifty different states in any number of local jurisdictions taking a different bite of the regulatory apple otherwise it's recipe for chaos you and your republican colleagues on the federal communications commission have overturned a decision that chairman wheeler and his democratic colleagues on the federal communications commission made in two thousand fifteen first of all your thoughts on the partisan nature of telecommunications policy in this country it's unfortunate because i think the end of the day there's actually a lot of consensus on this issue that the pulling we described earlier obscures a lot of people don't understand net neutrality.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This regulatory framework is winded deliver let me get away from the public then to the politicians the senate as you know has used it's prerogative to pass an act to to repeal your repeal of net neutrality we can get a little more complicated the house has not and the president would have to sign it several states have passed their own versions of neutrality california among them the most popular state why not since this is a case of such public interest let the legislative process do it this is an argument i made in two thousand fourteen when the dc circuit court of appeals issued its decision i said look we need to turn a congress in in a prior case by chairman wheeler on the fcc in which they said no you can't do what you wanna do correct and so that was the argument i made the congress should update the rules of the digital era for so to speak and tell the sec tell the american public how do you want to regulate this thing called the internet so the fcc having disregarded that admonition back in twenty fifteen it was up to us to restore the light touch approach that starting for the service pretty well for twenty years and now if it congress decides to take a different approach that's entirely up to congress i defer to our elected officials to say with the law should be and yet if i remember the the rule from december correctly you prevented states from passing it around net neutrality statutes so the internet is inherently an interstate service if i sent an email to you right now in this very room the chances are that it traverses state boundaries that is something that in it has to be regulated by the federal government you can't have a patchwork of fifty different states in any number of local jurisdictions taking a different bite at the regulatory apple otherwise it's a recipe for chaos you and your republican colleagues on the federal communications commission have overturned a decision that chairman wheeler and his democratic colleagues on the federal communications commission made in two thousand fifteen first of all your thoughts on the partisan nature telecommunications policy in this country it's unfortunate because i think at the end of the.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What this regulatory framework is winded deliver let me get away from the public then to the politicians the senate as you know has used it's prerogative to pass an act to to repeal your repeal of net neutrality we can get a little more complicated to house has not and the president would have to sign it several states have passed their own versions of net neutrality california among them the most populous state why not since this is a case of such public interest let the legislative process do it this is an argument i made in two thousand fourteen when the dc circuit court of appeals issued its decision i said look we need to turn to congress in in in a prior case by chairman wheeler on the fcc in which they said no you can't do what you wanna do correct and so that was the argument made the congress should update the rules of the digital era for so to speak and tell the sec tell the american public how do you want to regulate this thing called the internet so they fcc having disregarded that admonition back in twenty fifteen it was up to us to restore the light touch approach the starting for the service pretty well for twenty years and now if it congress decides to take a different approach that's entirely up to congress i deferred our elected officials to say what the law should be and yet if i remember the the rule from december correctly you prevented states from passing it around net neutrality stature so the internet is inherently an interstate service if i send an email to you right now in this very room the chances are that it traverses state boundaries that is something that inherently it has to be regulated by the federal government you can't have a patchwork of fifty different states in any number of local jurisdictions taking a different bite at the regulatory apple otherwise it's recipe for chaos you and your republican colleagues on the federal communications commission have overturned a decision that chairman wheeler and his democratic colleagues on the federal communications commission made in two thousand fifteen first of all your thoughts on the partisan nature telecommunications policy in this country it's unfortunate because i think at the end of the.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In new york city today i'm kai ryssdal in his monday the eleventh of june good as always to have you along everybody something happened in this economy today that you almost certainly didn't notice nobody's gonna notice for a while honestly but the rules for how we manage the internet did a one eighty today from what three years ago under a democratically controlled federal communications commission was called net neutrality the idea that internet service providers headed treat all traffic on their networks the same no speeding up no blocking or slowing down just neutral to what today the now gop controlled fcc calls open internet where market forces are going to be the guide for what desires peace can do with their networks fcc chairman she'd pie is the person behind the restoring internet freedom order as its formerly called mr chairman welcome to the program thanks for having me on so a funny thing happened this morning i got up turn on my computer went online and the internet was still there still works it's going to be better than ever going forward i'm not gonna ask you why you want to do this because it's a classic elections have consequences story right you are now the chairman of the fcc you're in dissent when chairman wheeler instituted what was then called net neutrality and now we have the opening in what i want to know is what are you looking for to know whether your idea is working how you gonna know first and foremost we want to have a free and open internet going forward i think that's something that everybody agrees with its produce tremendous consumer benefits over the years secondly we want to see better faster cheaper internet services for consumers across the country so we want to see more investment in infrastructure of the building blocks of these networks into having more market based approach provides the incentives for companies to build these networks for other companies innovate on top of those networks and for consumers to benefit fairs the thing though these companies right and and let's be clear we're talking about three or four big companies i mean you talk a lot in your speeches and your presentations and you said at the time this rule was passed in december you know you're looking at for the small companies who want to get into this market but the fact is there are three or four sort of quasi monopolies.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on KCRW

"To deliver let me get away from the public then to the politicians the senate as you know has used it's prerogative to pass an act to to repeal your repeal of net neutrality we can get a little more complicated to house has not and the president would have to sign it several states have passed their own versions of net neutrality california among them the most populous state why not since this is a case of such public interest let the legislative process do it this is an argument i made in two thousand fourteen when the dc circuit court of appeals issued its decision i said look we need to turn the communist in a prior case by chairman wheeler on the fcc in which they said no you can't do what you wanna do correct yeah and so those the argument i made the congress should update the rules of the digital era for two so to speak and tell the sec tell the american public how do you want to regulate this thing called the internet so the fcc having disregarded that admonition back in two thousand fifteen it was up to us to restore the light touch approach starting for the service pretty well for twenty years and now if it congress decides to take a different approach that's entirely up to congress i deferred our elected officials to say what the law should be and yet if i remember the the rule from december correctly your prevented states from passing their own net neutrality stature so the internet is inherently an interstate service if i sent an email to you right now in this very room the chances are that it traverses state boundaries that is something that inherently it has to be regulated by the federal government you can't have a patchwork of fifty different states in any number of local jurisdictions taking a different bite of the regulatory apple otherwise it's a recipe for chaos you and your republican colleagues on the federal communications commission have overturned a decision that chairman wheeler and his democratic colleagues on the federal communications commission made in two thousand fifteen first of all your thoughts on the partisan nature telecommunications policy in this country it's unfortunate because i think at the end of the.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Elated by the federal government you can't have a patchwork of fifty different states in any number of local jurisdictions taking different bite of the regulatory apple otherwise it's recipe for chaos you and your republican colleagues on the federal communications commission have overturned a decision that chairman wheeler and his democratic colleagues on the federal communications commission made into thousand fifteen first of all your thoughts on the partisan nature of telecommunications policy in this country it's unfortunate because i think at the end of the day there's actually a lot of consensus on this issue that the pulling we described earlier obscures a lot of people don't understand net neutrality in poor workings of title one versus title it's crazy complicated and boring they do understand in what i agree with i think democrats and republicans in congress would even agree with as we all have an interest in getting everyone internet access we all have an interest in open internet and i think there's a lot of things yes he is doing in terms of getting more federal subsidies unserved areas of bringing more competition to areas by introducing satellite and wireless competition all of that is where we can all agree on but unfortunately i would agree that in on this issue in particular there's been more politicization that has been frankly traction from our common goals here as a follow on that help concerned are you that in two thousand twenty or twenty twenty four or twenty twentyeight whenever the political tide turns this rule be overturned by a democratically controlled federal communications commission and then businesses will throw up their hands ago you guys make up your mind you're talking about uncertainty in telecommunications policy and we want to invest billions of dollars that is up to a future fcc but i think also underscores the importance of congress in a bipartisan way putting principles and open internet on the page and then let's focus on getting more access than competition to everyone in this country let's say this sticks that pie goes down in history as the guy who gave us the internet as we know it fifty years from now twenty five what what is what is broadband look like in this country because.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"What are you doing first of all public opinion is not against us if you look at some his his on if you look at some of the polling if you dig down and see how these polls were constructed i mean it was clearly designed to reach a particular resulted even beyond that it's not just one there are many survey ese's job is not to put a finger in the wind and decide which way the winds are blowing it's to look at the facts and make a sober judgment based on what the law is and that is exactly what we've done here moreover the long term interest is in billing better faster cheaper internet access that is what consumers say when i travel around the country that is what is on consumers minds that is what this regulatory framework is winded deliver let me get away from the public then to the politicians the senate as you know has used it's prerogative to pass an act to to repeal your repeal of net neutrality we can get a little more complicated to house has not and the president would have to sign it several states have passed their own versions of neutrality california among them that most populous state y not since this is a case of such public interest let the legislative process to this is an argument i made in two thousand fourteen when the dc circuit court of appeals issued its decision i said look we need to turn a congress in in a prior case by chairman wheeler on the fcc in which they said no you can't do what you wanna do correct and so that was the argument made the congress should update the rules of the digital era for so to speak and tell the fcc till the american public how do you want to regulate this thing called the internet so the fcc having disregarded that admonition back in twenty fifteen it was up to us to restore the light touch approach starting for that service pretty well for twenty years and now if it congress decides to take different approach that's entirely up to.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Forward i'm not going to ask you why you want to do this because it's a classic elections have consequences story right you are now the chairman of the fcc you're in dissent when chairman wheeler instituted what was then called net neutrality and now we have the opening in what i want to know is what are you looking for to know whether your idea is working how you gonna know first and foremost we want to have a free and open internet going forward i think that's something that everybody agrees with its produce tremendous consumer benefits over the years secondly we want to see better faster cheaper internet services for consumers across the country so you want to see more investment in infrastructure the building blocks of these networks into having more market based approach provides the incentives for companies to build these networks for other companies to innovate on top of those networks and for consumers to benefit fairs the thing though these companies right and and let's be clear we're talking about three or four big companies i mean you talk a lot in your speeches and your presentations and you said at the time this rule was passed in december you know you're looking out for the small companies want to get into this market but the fact is there are three or four sort of quasimonopolies you're right they are big they're for profit they are not charities and they have certain incentives i i would dispute that completely there thousands that's really absolutely two weeks ago i was in delana georgia and a medic company that runs the paladin wireless in small town royston georgia he told me himself that these regulations had made forced him to spend over eight thousand dollars on compliance company called veto in vermont just submitted a letter to the senate saying we are now investing four million dollars in upgrading or four g l t service around vermont upgrading or fiber service because of these new regulatory approaches so here's some other company names at and t comcast spectrum right those are the giants those are the ones who have the infrastructure in place those are the ones who in theory will benefit from this lighter touch that you say you want how do you respond to critics who say look you're doing this for the big ones a two different points number one going forward the ftc the federal trade commission.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The reality in go through a problem solving process to make those programmes sustainable longterm senator i know you've been working on rural broadband some of that issue impacts wisconsin can you give us an update on rural broadband in what you've been working on well the best way to ensure highspeed access or access to highspeed broadband throughout america threat wisconsin decline rural areas do we need to make sure that the people that are going to run the cables being to make the billions of dollars worth investment aren't that am i do so and one of the ways we do that is through with uh support to commissioners pie reversal the overregulation of the internet which literally caused investing to decrease in in the in the in the internet and highspeed broadband over the last couple of years that was you know th uh chairman wheeler uh handled through overregulate the internet it's called net neutrality it's a nice little marketing term but it doesn't do great harm to the draftsman so if you really want through net neutrality if you want access to higher and more acts with highspeed broadband a you want to encourage investment now that's exactly what uh a chairman pie is doing in reversing president obama's regulation the internet us senator ron johnson to thank you so much for being with us this afternoon senator every night it is three 26 it wtmj some say it's a heinous crime and it's happening right here in our community wisconsin's attorney general says it's up dust a stop at what is it and how do we do that attorney general brad she almost sits down the steve's if eighty eight thirty five tomorrow morning news about your money here's tony drake with the wtmj drake associates market update stocks fell today as investors fretted over the possibility of china altering its treasury bond purchases and the us pulling out of nafta the dow jones industrial average traded lower and the index had fallen are hundred and twenty eight points at session lows the sp 500 also declined as utilities and real estate were the worst performing sector is on the index the nasdaq composite also traded lower bloomberg news reported on wednesday that people familiar with the matter in a beijing have recommended that the.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A year ago and we saw mark zuckerberg the day after the election say that it was crazy to think that fake news could have swayed the election or that it was a huge problem he has since apologize you know but really it makes you wonder the a why it took so long for these companies to take a harder look at themselves bulwark were certainly doing it now um i think it's clear that companies are taking it seriously and are putting pieces in place to make sure this does not happen again when it comes to carrots content we know that these companies are are taking additional steps to handle terrorists content online they are joining together in order to battle terrorists content and yet this is another huge problem on these platforms it is another issue again the companies are working together very closely to identify and remove content often even before comes up but again it's another gray area between a video that maybe is being played on bloomberg but also being used by terrorist organization to recruit to be able to determine the difference between the 2 is not always that simple but it's one that our companies are working on every single day dedicating engineers and a lot of time so i'm curious what your thoughts are on the evening poised to roll back net neutrality protections we heard from tom wheeler former chair of the fcc joined us on our show take a listen to what he had to say we're seeing here he's the key position of the internet if you like your cable company and the way in which they choose which channels you can see and the way in which they continue increasing their prices you're gonna love what happens under this repeal because only the people making the rules bar the networks now we also have this statement from ajit pai the chair of the fcc now who says they might call clear advocacy in the public interest but the real interest of these internet giants is in using the regulatory process to cement their dominance in the internet economy when it comes to a free and open internet twitter is part of the problem the company has a viewpoint and uses that viewpoint to discriminate what's your response chairman wheeler said.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The smaller companies from like much larger companies like a light comcast you're someone like that andrew to the contrary to actually hurts them and the reason is these complex regulations are always benefiting the bigger companies those companies will always have the compliance resources the of the lawyers the accountants lobbyists to comply with the rules it's those smaller companies the momandpop wireless isp for instance or the small telephone company in your rural town those of the company's gwen suffer they've told us of last several weeks they have in fact suffered because of these titles he regulations if sharon said net neutrality is slogan would you really want is you want an expansion of highspeed broadband in order to do that you have to create new centres for those small isps to invest and if they don't really control their own fiber if the government tells you exactly how they're going to use their investment there's less incentive for them to invest will have less highspeed broadband and it was interesting i some colleagues in my democratic house roadmap bed with chairman wheeler defending net neutrality that slogan and they pointed to your house successful net neutrality was by the creation of of youtube bagged two thousand five the because the net neutrality they are able to compete against a larger service google the for promised net neutrality was wasn't even the term really in wasn't regularly till 2015 so with a lighttouch regulation we've seen this unbelievable expansion in the use of all these applications obvious technology on i'm old enough remember dick tracy when they had of a tv watch nevelsk fantasy we got it nowadays because of a lighttouch regulatory environment this was literally a solution looking for a problem the problem didn't exist and also gazillion but what's going to happen because this heavyhanded regulation were to have less investment we're going to have less highspeed broadband and consumers will be worse off because.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I heard sounded harold every other word was really festive i heard charles steal dossier p heat tape true that's what i some may vary i heard it he commented allenby what i heard today noon yes prison while the extreme okay all right and it was yes it's obvious meeting good and extend far beyond thanksgiving day this saturday going to be uh uh the biggest trump russia news announced on a hamburger phone okay um but you by the way you were talking about our friend john nichols article about net neutrality and ed malcolm had tweeted regarding cnn that's the other thing he said this is putin media control 101 that he's trying to stop this merger because he doesn't like cnn because he's trying to control the content of stuff that he doesn't like that is not allowed to merge but tribune media it's eclair media are allowed to merge right this is a from from edits for the article that the merger should regulators approve would result at broadcast giant would control more than two hundred thirty three local tv stations that sinclair and tribune retail i seventy two percent of the country's population this is from the movie with rowdy roddy piper they live yeah obey today yeah take put all the sunglasses people you're being lied to it's your in gummy four of fcc is an ounce of course because obama did it they have to gut net neutrality all the move long sought by providers like eighteen tcomcast in bryson would give the already monopolistic company is even more power over how its customers access content online comcast could theoretically throttle or block access to content it doesn't like orchid incentivize other content by offering it for free or faster speeds netflix for example which directs complete completely competes directly with comcast could see itself on the losing end of the new rules so the fcc first of all got twenty two million comments most of which were opposed to the change many of the comments that favour repeal appear to be fake zoo right this is why we still have bought because trump's doing nothing about right any of this f a former fcc chairman wheeler called the his successor's actions tragic yeah oh eighty percent eighty percent of the comments were sent by boss see said the job of the fcc is to.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I mean december last year this committee published majority staff report and criminal referrals regarding payments in connection with transferring human fetal tissue the report referral outlined evidence from the organisation's own financial records that they profited from the sale of fetal tissue which is in violation of law noone from the department of the fbi reply to my criminal referrals are thought arm redacted copies of the evidence outlined in the report seven months after the report referral there is no indication that any one hour from the fbi are justice department is actually read the referrals and the full reports i hope you will commit to providing the committee written confirmation when the relevant justice department fbi purchaser personnel have completed their review of both a referral and the majority staff report that's my question on that will be the last one i'll go to senator feinstein thank you mr chairman wheeler roll uh i will evaluate your request personally and make sure it's promptly and properly handle a senator finds thanks very much on mr chairman i wanted to ask you on question or two about the firing of the fbi director specifically i have your letter dated may 19th to the president specifically what was your designated role in the decision to fire director comey it is it's a matter that i can share some information about because the president himself has talked about it in ready reveal r on that letter all he asked that deputy rosenstein in i make a wreck our recommendations in writing uh we prepare those recommendations and submitted it to the president on hamas senator feinstein i don't think it's been fully understood the significance of the era that mr made on the clinton matter all for the first time i'm aware of in all of my experience and i don't think i've heard of situation in which a major case in which the department of justice prosecutors were involved in in the an investigation that the investigative agency announces the closure of the investigation and then a few weeks before this happened he was testifying on before the.

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"chairman wheeler" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"chairman wheeler" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Give me information service providers are essentially not regulated and as long as the fcc maintain the notion that in i s p was an information service provider it could not essentially have rules that extended beyond what section 702 six might permit as a result for example commercial contracts between isps and back hall carriers sets a process called peering so if you're a particular carrier that wants to make sure that you get prioritisation in the line as your information is sent to the ias pay you essentially can sign a contract with i s p and obviously there is a commercial transaction so money will exchange hands the fcc in its net neutrality rules decided that it would prohibit fat the court found that the fcc essentially had overstepped its legal boundaries because that was not really part of what section 702 six allowed interestingly enough there had been a prior case a number of years earlier where the fcc said authority to characterize isps as either an information service provider or telecommunications provider was challenged fat went to the united states supreme court and in that case there was a very interesting dissent by the late justice scalia who essentially said that the fcc has the ability over time to change the characterization of internet service providers from an information service provider unregulated two eight telecommunications provider regulated the fcc in formulating the new net neutrality rules decided to look at the descent of justice scalia they use that as a roadmap for saying after the two appeals essentially limited their authority they decided to re characterize internet service provision away from being in information service into being a telecommunications service telecommunications service under the communication served act of nineteen 34 is regulated under title to the common carrier provisions of the act ansa that was the major change that was formulated under chairman wheeler former chairman wheeler and enacted and upheld in round three of the net neutrality battle.

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