Law360, Washington (May 11, 2017, 9:21 PM EDT) -- The Federal Communications Commission is slated Thursday to tee up a plan that would undo the 2015 Open Internet Order, and experts say the chairman seems likely to get his wish amid public outcry and questions about how Congress and the courts may respond.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai last month laid out his long-awaited plan to nix the legal underpinning for net neutrality rules, setting off a groundswell of praise and opposition. The draft of his proposal would reverse the reclassification of broadband under Title II of the Communications Act and raise questions about whether to keep, modify or cut net...
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