The Woz declares the FCC’s historic move to protect net neutrality a “victory for the people.”

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Shortly after the FCC ruling reclassifying ISP’s under Title II of the Communications Act which will regulate the internet like a utility Steve Wozniak was in attendance at an industry meeting at the FCC in Washington D.C.
The Apple co-founder called the FCC’s decision a “victory for the people.”
“To me, more than anything else, this is a victory for the people, the consumers, the average Joes, against the suppliers who have all of the power and the wealth and make decisions for them and they feel hopeless and helpless,” Wozniak told Bloomberg. “And here 4 million of us signed petitions. It’s an indication that the people can sometimes win. We’ve had a lot of defeats over the years, but once in a while we get a win.”