Comprehensive Legislative Overview from Initial Rules to Current Court Challenges
On February 26th, 2015, the FCC voted to classify broadband internet services as a Title II telecom service and ban internet providers from discriminating in the content that they deliver to broadband subscribers. Commonly known as net neutrality, this order has been heavily challenged in the courts and faces an uncertain future under the incoming Trump administration.
To help the telecommunications industry understand where net neutrality regulation has come from, and where it might be going, the editors of Communications Daily have assembled a special report: The Course of Net Neutrality.
The Course of Net Neutrality charts the ruling’s history and future in four distinct sections:
- Part I: the initial vote and industry effect of the Title II reclassification ruling
- Part II: the initial litigation efforts of the industry’s largest firms
- Part III: the oral arguments in one of the biggest challenges to the ruling: USTelecom vs FCC case at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit
- Part IV: the D.C. Circuit’s upholding of net neutrality and further appeals
Dubbed “the bible of the telecom industry” by the Washington Post, Communications Daily has long been the industry’s leading source for comprehensive, unbiased reporting on telecommunications regulation. If you work in telecom, you need The Course of Net Neutrality.
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