Net Neutrality’s New Pennywise
Read a blog by Jonathan Spalter on ensuring the internet remains fast, open, innovative, and fair.
Evolution Of The Internet In The U.S. Since 2015
This report highlights how the internet grew in absence of common carrier regulations, and how the fundamental principles that shaped the internet’s early evolution still influence and direct its progress today.
Title II Broadband Rules Would Breach Major Questions Doctrine
In a white paper, former Obama Administration Solicitors General Donald B. Verrilli Jr. and Ian Heath Gershengorn warned that the FCC shouldn’t attempt to revitalize net neutrality rules under Title II of the Communications Act because they would ultimately be struck down by the Supreme Court. These experts explained that any attempt by the Commission to reclassify broadband as a Title II telecommunications service would be invalidated under the “major questions” doctrine, distract from FCC priorities, and waste agency resources.