After a stinging court defeat, the Federal Communications Commission finds its ability to regulate the Internet in question and faces several unpalatable options. Telecom lawyers agree that Tuesday's decision in Comcast Corp. v. FCC immediately jeopardizes the agency's signature "net neutrality" initiative, which would require Internet service providers not to discriminate against particular content or applications, provided they are not harmful. But the FCC says options still remain for the agency to move ahead.
Uncertainty for FCC's 'Net Neutrality' in Wake of Comcast Ruling
The National Law Journal
April 7, 2010