FCC Revives Net Neutrality Without ISP Reclassification

Law360, New York (February 19, 2014, 1:47 PM EST) -- The Federal Communications Commission announced plans Wednesday to revive the net neutrality rules struck down by the D.C. Circuit last month, though without taking the hard-line approach of reclassifying Internet service providers under federal law.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said the agency is taking another stab at the rules, which required providers to treat all traffic on the Internet equally, regardless of source. The move comes after the D.C. Circuit ruling in January, which said the agency had general authority to police ISPs but had done...
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