What the FCC did and said to stop the FCC from censoring the internet

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) blocked the FCC’s plans to ban the use of video streaming apps like Netflix and Hulu in the United States.

The order was issued in response to a court order, but the FCC announced its intent to continue its attempts to ban certain types of streaming services last week.

The order said the agency was “reconsidering its prior order” and was “reviewing the legal arguments” it used in its prior decision.

At issue was a court decision in May that found the FCC had overstepped its authority to regulate broadband.

In a legal filing on Tuesday, the FCC said that it would be reviewing the court’s decision.

“We will continue to pursue a comprehensive and fair policy on the distribution of media content in the US,” the FCC wrote in its brief.

“We are also reviewing our policy for content providers and content distributors in the areas of content, programming and programming delivery.

In light of this review, the Commission is making the changes it originally proposed, and will begin implementing those changes later this year.”

The FCC said it was going to issue new rules to address some of the issues raised in the May ruling.

The new rules would require streaming service providers to be more transparent about their content, and require video streaming services to have explicit consent from consumers to use video services.

It would also require the FCC to consider the benefits of such policies in determining which providers should be allowed to offer services, and how they should be regulated.

The order said that the FCC was “under no obligation” to comply with the court decision, but that the agency had no choice but to do so.

FCC chair Ajit Pai (right) and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel (left) speak during a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2019.

Netflix has defended its video-streaming services and argued that the decision could affect its business in the future.

“Today’s order is just the latest in a series of misguided, ill-advised and harmful actions by the Federal Communications Commissions attempt to silence the voices of consumers,” Netflix said in a statement.

“[The FCC] has repeatedly made its goal to block content from being shared on the internet, yet today it did the opposite by banning content and services it does not like.”