CCIA Offers Praise For Clyburn’s FCC Service

BY Heather Greenfield
May 9, 2018

Washington — As FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn ends her remarkable tenure, the Computer & Communications Industry Association is grateful for her service to our country. Clyburn is expected to give her final public speech tonight as an FCC Commissioner.

The following can be attributed to CCIA President & CEO Ed Black:

“Commissioner Clyburn has devoted her time at the FCC to defending internet freedom and working tirelessly to protect all consumers. She has been a steadfast champion for competition and net neutrality in the marketplace, and all internet users and businesses owe her a debt of gratitude. She has demonstrated what it really means to be a public servant.  We will miss her voice at the FCC and wish her the best in her future endeavors.”

 

For media inquiries, please contact Heather Greenfield hgreenfield@ccianet.org

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