Network Neutrality

Open Internet Regulation Faces Challenges

Legislative and judicial challenges seek to block the FCC’s new rules on net neutrality.

Should the FCC Regulate Internet Interconnection?

Regulation is not the answer to interconnection concerns.

Towards a More Balanced European Telecom Policy

How should the EU encourage next-generation networks?.

Better Informing the Net Neutrality Debate

Penn Law Professor argues for “network diversity” rather than “network neutrality.”

A Call for a Radical New Communications Policy

The FCC should regulate like antitrust agencies, providing competition-based ex post remedies.

Regulatory News: Year in Review

Health care reform, the Dodd-Frank Act, environmental protection, and open government are discussed in our top news posts from 2011.

Senate Fails to Overturn the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

New “open Internet” regulations survive congressional challenge.

House Passes Resolution Disapproving of Net Neutrality Rules

Democrats and Republicans disagree about FCC’s role in Internet access.

The House May Block Funding to Implement the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

FCC’s newly adopted broadband service rules aim to ensure freedom and openness of the Internet, but face appropriations hurdles

Democrats and Republicans Wrangle Over the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

Congress debates whether net neutrality rules promote competition and innovation or stifle economic activity

The FCC’s Broadband Plan and Customer Choice

The FCC’s Broadband Plan and Customer Choice

Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a new plan to fulfill a Congressional mandate that all Americans have “access to broadband capability.” The plan is intended to increase average Internet speeds in 100 million homes, release large amounts of the broadcast spectrum to mobile Internet, and increase competition among Internet providers. These are… Read More »