The legal case against Internet rules

March 16, 2015

As legal challenges loom for new net neutrality regulations, GOP members of the Federal Communications Commission are offering some of the first lines of attack.
 
The dissenting opinions of the two Republicans ran 80 pages, and they telegraph some of the arguments on which critics could rely as they prepare legal filings to scrap the new rules.

Read more at: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/235672-the-legal-case-against-net-neutrality


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