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What Did the FCC Win in the Net Neutrality Decision?

January 25, 2013

In losing a battle, did the Federal Communications Commission win a war? In the aftermath of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit striking down key elements of the FCC’s Open Internet rules (commonly known as network neutrality), C|Net’s Marguerite Reardon raises important issues concerning the court’s finding on the FCC’s statutory authority to regulate the Internet:


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