Rubio: 'Regulating where regulation is not needed' on Internet

Rubio went through a litany of innovations and achievements of the technology industry in recent years including the expansion of broadband, tablet computers, mobile devices and the creation of jobs despite the recession, noting all took place before the FCC's Open Internet Order.

"Yet the proponents of Internet regulation claim that the freedom and growth of the Internet are in jeopardy," Rubio said, calling such arguments "ridiculous."

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