The FCC 313-page Internet Regulations Order is accompanied by 70-plus pages of statements by the five commissioners, and the two that dissented in the vote to adopt the new regulations.
Republican Commissioner Ajit Pai had this to say:
“Americans love the free and open Internet, We relish our freedom to speak, to post, to rally, to learn, to listen, to watch, and to connect online.”
“The Internet has become a powerful force for freedom, both at home and abroad. So it is sad to witness the FCC’s unprecedented attempt to replace that freedom with government control.”
AT&T Vice President said:
“Unfortunately, the order released today begins a period of uncertainty that will damage broadband investment in the United States. Ultimately, though, we are confident the issue will be resolved by bipartisan action by Congress or a future FCC, or by the courts.”
Here is the direct link to the FCC.gov for internet regulations (a.k.a. Net Neutrality) FCC.GOV