Wright Again Says FTC Can Best Handle Net Neutrality

Law360, New York (August 20, 2013, 6:39 PM EDT) -- The Federal Trade Commission's Joshua Wright on Monday reiterated his argument that his agency with its antitrust expertise is better suited to regulate net neutrality issues than the Federal Communications Commission, whose 2010 open Internet rules are still under appeal.

The FTC commissioner said he had no intention of running from his long-held position that the agency's experience analyzing competition issues meant it could easily step in to police deals between telecommunications companies and other Internet companies that might harm consumers should the D.C. Circuit strike...
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