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FCC and Net Neutrality After the Verizon Case: A Cautious Path Forward

FCC in the Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission case

In January, 2014, the Federal Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia struck down the “anti-discrimination” and “no blocking” regulations previously adopted by the FCC in the Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission case. The case was a blow to the proponents of net neutrality, which refers to a free and open internet in which the internet service providers (ISP’s) ...

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