would be the most regressive approach that the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) could take to legally mandate networkneutrality. Reclassification’s costs to consumers, investment, and the rule of law far outweigh any purported benefit, especially since
these Obama-era rules, the FCC has returned power to regulate Internet providers to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
The networkneutrality debate incorporates two separate yet related sets of questions. The first broad set of questions relates to principles of broadband network design: What kinds of differentiation are best to manage traffic? The second set
ahead. The 184-page ruling marks the third time that the agency faced court scrutiny for pushing so-called networkneutrality rules because Congress has never explicitly given the FCC such a mandate. The
Eakinomics: The Upcoming Net Neutrality Show Trial
Get ready for a show trial on networkneutrality using the Congressional Review Act (CRA). Networkneutrality, recall, is the benign-sounding Obama-era Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulation that imposed 1930s-style monopoly telephone regulation onto the vibrant Internet ecosystem. In December, the FCC rolled back the networkneutrality rule and returned regulation
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