‘Intentional’ Should Be in Definition of Digital Discrimination, Say Wireless ISPs

Fixed wireless internet service providers represented by WISPA are telling the FCC that intention to discriminate should undergird any rules meant to prohibit digital access inequity based on race, ethnicity, income, religion, color, or national origin. It also says rules should be tech-flexible.

That came in comments on the FCC’s inquiry into its legislative mandate to come up with rules that promote digital equity by eliminating discrimination in broadband deployment and access.