Net Neutrality Quick-Fix Bills Dead On Arrival

Law360, New York (February 4, 2014, 7:15 PM EST) -- Bills introduced by Democratic lawmakers this week that would temporarily revive the Federal Communications Commission's recently overturned net neutrality regulations stand little chance of becoming law, experts say, and would serve little purpose in any case.

The bills introduced in the House and Senate on Monday came just under a month after the D.C. Circuit, siding with a challenge from Verizon, shot down the FCC's so-called "Open Internet Order," which prohibited broadband providers from blocking lawful online content or discriminating in their handling of network traffic....
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