Net neutrality rollback: FCC chairman Ajit Pai responds to critics
The federal government starts rolling back net neutrality rules today. The Republican-led Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal the Obama-era regulations in December. Those rules required online service providers to treat all internet traffic the same without slowing or blocking content from competing providers. FCC chairman Ajit Pai joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he thinks the rollback is "tremendously positive" for consumers.