The biggest red flag of this bill is that the FCC (with Ajit Pai at the helm), will have an impact and loud voice in establishing the definition. We already know that Pai benefited financially when he ended Net Neutrality. One example, Pai has profit sharing from his previous employer, Jenner & Block LLP. J&B represents cable, telecom, media, and technology companies in a wide variety of matters; including litigation, proceedings before regulatory agencies and transactions. While he worked at J&B, Pai represented communication firms; firms that also benefited from the removal of Net Neutrality. Pai continues to have strong and active ties to J&B, including with his former boss, Samuel Feder. Feder himself once worked at the FCC as head counsel. No coincidence that Pai’s resume and financial conflicts very much mirrors the Bozo who appointed him, #45.