Video: FSF’s Randy May on How “City of Arlington” Ruling Might Affect Verizon’s Net Neutrality Appeal

by Mike Wendy on June 26, 2013

In this video, Randy May, President of the think-tank, Free State Foundation, discusses how the DC Circuit might approach Verizon’s appeal of the FCC’s Net Neutrality regulations after SCOTUS’ recent City of Arlington ruling.  As May notes, though City of Arlington may not be entirely helpful to Verizon, it does not automatically end the dispute.  In his view, other of the company’s arguments – such as those dealing with the reasonableness of the rules, and its First Amendment claims – remain potent avenues of challenge to the agency’s controversial Open Internet regulations.

BTW – oral arguments for the appeal are scheduled for September 9, 2013.

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