F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rule, Struck Down by Court, May Need Major Overhaul

Note: Readers will find STLR’s earlier blog posts on “The Law and Politics of Net Neutrality,” and the discussion of net neutrality on Columbia Law Professor Tim Wu’s personal website to be extremely helpful. On January 14th, the D.C. Circuit enjoined the F.C.C. from enforcing “net neutrality” rules on Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Unless it is appealed to the Supreme Court, the ruling in Verizon v. F.C.C., 740 F.3d 623 (D.C. Cir. 2014), brings an Continue Reading →