If the letter of concern is sent to Ajit Pai by the Democrats is correct, then the FCC will no longer take the time to follow up on consumer complaints, which are currently free to make. Instead, a $ 225 formal complaint would be required to get the FCC involved.
As the rules are currently standing, filing a consumer complaint with the FCC. If it's a valid complaint, an FCC consumer representative may contact you for further information. There is no charge, but that could be about to change.
As Engadget reports, tomorrow the FCC is set to look at its complaint-handling procedure and possibly alter it slightly. It could mean the rules of change and your consumer's complaint. The part where the FCC assesses your complaint, asks for more info, and demands. Unless, of course, you pay.
If the rule change happens, getting the FCC to go through the same steps. That's according to the Democrats, and in particular House Energy & Commerce Committee, Reps. Frank Pallone of New Jersey and Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania, who sent a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai expressing their concerns.
As CNET reports, the FCC refutes the claims of being made, stating “The item would not change the Commission's handling of The complaint is based on the fact that the complaint has been filed by the police. 225 getting the FCC involved.
Now we just have to wait and see what happens happens.