JONES DAY TALKS®: The D.C. Circuit’s Mixed Decision on Net Neutrality
Legal and regulatory battles continue over net neutrality, the concept that all internet traffic should be treated equally.
In Mozilla v. Federal Communications Commission, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upheld the Commission’s deregulatory approach to net neutrality but also struck down an order blocking states from implementing their own rules.
Jones Day partner Brett Shumate explains what the court’s decision could mean for net neutrality moving forward.
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