Communications

Looking Back at Tom Wheeler’s FCC Chairmanship

January 13, 2017  • Gabe Salkin & Matt Connolly

Outgoing FCC chairman Tom Wheeler gave his final public address in office Friday at the Aspen Institute. Wheeler leaves behind a legacy of staunch protection of net neutrality along with advocacy for wireless innovation and consumer privacy protection. The timeline below explores the biggest struggles and successes of Wheeler’s chairmanship.

 

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