Court ruling may limit state efforts to reimpose net neutrality

September 11, 2018

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai is pointing to a federal appeals court ruling as evidence states lack the authority to reimpose net neutrality.

The ruling Friday found that the state of Minnesota cannot regulate VoIP phone services because it is internet-based and the internet is an "information service."

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