More than a dozen engineers, legal experts, economists, civil rights representatives and diverse business groups filed amicus briefs supporting USTelecom’s challenge of the Federal Communicat
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In their opening brief, USTelecom et al.
The bi-partisan Telecommunications Act of 1996 (Act) could not be clearer regarding regulation of the Internet: “The Internet and other interactive computer services have flourished, to the b
The FCC’s reclassification of Broadband Internet Access Service (BIAS) under Title II fails to recognize both the nature of the Internet’s structure and functions, and the relationship
Section 706 of the 1996 Act was a freestanding enactment that Congress deliberately chose not to insert into the 1934 Act.
Title II of the Communications Act of 1934 is a poor fit for regulating the most technologically advanced and dynamic information system in history: It is Depression-era legislation adopted to regu
For more than 20 years, a strong bipartisan consensus has existed in favor of a free and open Internet—one unfettered by government regulation.
Background: Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 3-2 to approve new regulations to govern the nation’s switch from legacy copper telephone networks to new broadband fi
The United States Telecom Association (USTelecom) submits these comments in response to the notice released by the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission
Background: Today, USTelecom and other entities jointly submitted arguments to the U.S.