In a release on Tuesday, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai announced his plan to end net neutrality rules established during Barack Obama\u2019s presidency. Pai\u2019s goals, outlined in a statement, include ending \u201cutility-style regulations\u201d and returning ISP oversight to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). \u201cNotably, my proposal will put the federal government\u2019s most experienced privacy cop, the FTC, back on the beat to protect consumers\u2019 online privacy,\u201d read Pai\u2019s statement in the release. In 2015, then-chairman of the FCC, Tom Wheeler, led the charge to make changes which would reclassify American ISPs as Title II common carriers. His rules also stopped ISPs from blocking or slowing down internet traffic, and from paid prioritization on their networks. While internet advocacy groups celebrated the 2015 changes as a victory, the decision drew some criticism from the telecom industry. After he replaced Wheeler as FCC chairman, Pai indicated he would change those rules. According to the release, Pai\u2019s plan will be put to a vote on Dec. 14, and the full details of the plan will be revealed to the public on Wednesday.