As Common Dreams reported, Clyburn released a fact sheet late last month aimed at helping Americans interpret the “jargon” Pai has deployed to justify his “destructive” proposals.

Pai’s proposals are “worse than one could imagine” for consumers, Clyburn recently concluded.

The FCC commissioner’s “alternative” plan comes as internet defenders—with the support of some of the web’s pioneers—are ramping up pressure on their representatives to take action against Pai’s deeply unpopular effort to kill net neutrality. In addition to online efforts to call attention to the potential consequences of Pai’s proposals, hundreds of protests have taken place in all 50 states over the past week, demonstrating the vast public support for net neutrality that has been reflected in opinion polls and public comments.

By flouting the will of the public and moving to kill net neutrality, “the three men who make up the FCC’s majority remain determined to ignore the democratic process and take away the rights of internet users,” Mary Alice Crim, field director for the Free Press Action Fund, said in a recent statement.

But “one thing is certain,” Crim concluded. “Chairman Pai won’t have the last word on net neutrality.”

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