Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Can Net Neutrality Be Salvaged? Should It? « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

Steve Wildstrom’s perspective 

A unanimous decision by a three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals appears to have dealt a severe blow to Federal Communication Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski’s to codify and expand the FCC’s enforcement of network neutrality on the Internet. The idea of expanding non-discrimination rules, especially extending them to cover the wireless Internet, isn’t dead, but the FCC is going to have to work a lot harder to make it happen. But strangely enough, its best chance may be to save the most controversial part of Genachowski’s program, net neutrality requirements for wireless carriers.

Can Net Neutrality Be Salvaged? Should It? « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

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