Video: Net Neutrality Is Likely Illegal, with Scott Cleland

by Mike Wendy on September 22, 2013

In this video, NetCompetition Chairman, Scott Cleland, reads the tea leaves from the Net Neutrality oral argument earlier this month and concludes that the Court will find common carrier-defined Net Neutrality to be illegal.  According to Cleland, this has big implications, chief among them being that the rule’s anti-consumer subsidy to edge providers like Netflix and Google must come to an end; and that reclassification of information services to telecom services – should the FCC choose this route to rehabilitate Net Neutrality – will also be blocked by subsequent court decisions.

Court Questions Core Aspects of FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules from Mike Wendy on Vimeo.

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