Security problem disrupts FCC vote to kill net neutrality rules
Just as the FCC was about to vote on eliminating its net neutrality rules this afternoon, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was interrupted by a staffer and then called for a break in the meeting.
"On advice of security, we need to take a brief recess," Pai said.
Best part of the net neutrality hearing so far is when they let dogs wander all over the room. pic.twitter.com/kscIfR0BGE
— Philip Bump (@pbump) December 14, 2017
A security official then advised attendees to leave all of their belongings in place, and everyone left the meeting room. According to a running camera used by The Washington Post for Facebook Live, police soon swept through the room with dogs. Initially, there was no word on when the meeting will continue.