Video: Randy May and Scott Cleland Urge FCC to Avoid Common Carriage for ISPs

by Mike Wendy on January 28, 2014

With a federal court ruling two weeks ago that the guts of the FCC’s Net Neutrality rule – its so-called anti-blocking and anti-discrimination provisions – were unlawful, numerous “public interest” groups have been screaming of late for the Commission to reclassify ISPs as common carriers.  The video below – featuring Free State Foundation’s Randolph May, and NetCompetition’s Scott Cleland – urges otherwise, believing the Commission should use its authority in a more constructive, pro-consumer manner than can be achieved through common carrier / Title II regulation.

Net Neutrality Ruling Must Not Result in Common Carriage for ISPs from Mike Wendy on Vimeo.

Part 1 – Randy May (only)

Part 2 – Scott Cleland (only)

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