FCC Republicans vow to gut net neutrality rules “as soon as possible”
Pai and O’Rielly also promise not to enforce disclosure rules on small ISPs.
The Title II net neutrality order prohibits ISPs from blocking or throttling traffic or giving priority to Web services in exchange for payment. The order also set up a complaint process to prevent "unjust" or "unreasonable" pricing and practices. The threat of complaints to the FCC helped put an end to several disputes between ISPs and other network operators over network interconnection payments; this in turn improved Internet service quality for many subscribers.
All of that is in jeopardy with the Pai/O'Rielly promise to undo the entire Title II net neutrality order.