Free Press Takes FCC To 1st Circ. Over Net Neutrality

Law360, New York (September 28, 2011, 5:15 PM ET) -- Media reform group Free Press filed a petition Wednesday in the First Circuit seeking review of the Federal Communications Commission's recently published net neutrality rules, arguing they don't go far enough to preserve openness for mobile broadband.

The group, which says it is dedicated to promoting independent media ownership and universal access to communications, is challenging the differences in the proposed rules for wired and wireless Internet access.

Under the rules, published in the Federal Register on Friday and slated to go into effect Nov. 20,...
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