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Verizon Net Neutrality Case Rejected

April 4th, 2011 04:23 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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Back in January, we discussed news that Verizon had filed an appeal to the FCC’s net neutrality rules, saying the regulatory agency did not have the legal authority to enforce the mandate. Now, reader olsmeister follows up with this quote from PC World: “An appeals court Monday dismissed Verizon’s challenge of the US Federal Communications Commission’s December net neutrality ruling, calling it premature. A three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia noted in its decision that the FCC’s net neutrality order is a rule-making document subject to judicial review once it is published in the Federal Register. The panel said that the appeal’s ‘prematurity is incurable.’”

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