I knew that, but his current position seems to be party over country. As was his decision in 2014.
Anyway, conditions have changed. And as for what the “public wants”, since 99% of them don’t understand the issues, why should they be listened to? Especially since the big corporations that favor the 2014 “net neutrality” decision have been censoring opposing opinions?
Elections have consequences, and the commission appointed by the current elected government has made a technical decision based on the philosophy that government campaigned on.