What is even more displeasing is that these companies did not explicitly challenge the existence of network neutrality on the contrary, instead they showed a supporter who made the public think that they are also network-neutral.
Last month, AT & T published an entire one-page ad in the New York Times under the Internet Bill of Rights.
In response, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) raised open questions. The agency believes that AT & T has been working hard to lobby the government to repeal consumers' rights in the past years, but now that its neutral network has been abolished, it uses a one-page page to promote the so-called "Internet rights." In the opinion of EFF, AT & T is tantamount to showing a winner. Its goal is clear: It does not like the law to oversee its privacy and cyber neutrality, so it hopes that while pushing forward with the new law And let the American people forget what they did in the past.